Antibiotic Guardian Student Champion 2016 (#AGCStudents) – Shortlisted Students
In 2016, health students and pre-registration professionals were invited to earn Antibiotic Guardian champion badges by completing a number of AMR related tasks and writing a short summary of their activities.
The submitted entries from 21 health students and pre-registration professionals (#AGCStudents) who led Antibiotic Awareness campaigns during 2016 are available to view here.
The following students have been shortlisted after receiving average high scores (at least 38 out of 50) from a panel of five judges :
Holly Anne Hills, Veterinary Medicine, University of Nottingham
Clarissa Hemmingsen – Medical Student, University of Manchester
Michelle Hii – Pharmacy Student, Kings College London
Conor Talbot – Biomedical Sciences Student, Aston University
Hannah Bloor – Preregistration Pharmacist, University of Manchester
Jessica Bland – Pharmacy Student, Durham University
LongYip – Pharmacy Student, Kings College London
Violet-Quinn – Pharmacy Student, Durham University
Antibiotic Guardian was developed in 2014 by UK Health Security Agency. The campaign is led by UK Health Security Agency (PHE) in collaboration with the Devolved Administrations (Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland); the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) and professional bodies/ organisations towards the ‘One Health’ initiative.
The initial concept for this website and logo was developed jointly with the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, who also kindly provided the initial funding for the website
Antibiotic Guardian supports the UK Antimicrobial Resistance strategy, European Antibiotic Awareness Day (18 November) and World Antibiotic Awareness Week (14-20 November 2016)
Antibiotic Guardian Pledges are available in Dutch (a collaboration with Belgian Antibiotic Policy Coordination Committee, BAPCOC) French (a collaboration with Belgian Antibiotic Policy Coordination Committee, BAPCOC) Russian (a collaboration with WHO-Europe) Turkish (a collaboration with WHO-Europe and Turkish Health departments)