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Healthcare Students – Antibiotic Guardian Champion Badge

Become an Antibiotic Guardian Champion

As part of the UK’s activities for tackling antimicrobial resistance and in particular ahead of World Antibiotic Awareness Week (November each year) and European Antibiotic Awareness Day (18 November) health students (human and animal health) and pre-registration professionals are invited to become Antibiotic Guardian Champions. Earn your badge by completing the following tasks:

1. Complete the HEE AMR e-learning level 1 training on AMR

2. Choose a pledge to become an Antibiotic Guardian: (worldwide); (Africa);

For pledges in French, Dutch, German, Russian, Turkish or Cymraeg, please use the Languages menu.
You can add your badge to your LinkedIn account.

We also encourage you to share actively via social media using #AntibioticGuardian (and if space #AGCStudents)

Click here to find out about students shortlisted for the #AGCStudents 2016 award and their activities

Updated 21.09.2020 to remove link to Open Badge Academy which has now closed

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#AntimicrobialResistance is one of the most urgent global threats to the public’s health. Antibiotics can cause side-effects, including nausea and diarrhoea and contribute to the development of #antibioticresistance.#AntibioticGuardian #KeepAntibioticsWorking #WAAW
#ammoniareduction #amr #LoRaWAN #AntibioticGuardian #thisfarminglife

At our inception event, Maxencia Nabiryo describes tools that are improving the understanding of #AntimicrobialStewardship developed through the #CwPAMS programs

These include AMS explainer videos & the famous #AMSgame which has been shortlisted for an #AntibioticGuardian Award


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