The World Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) congress is the world’s largest AMR congress, with approximately 800 attendees from across approximately 50 countries and more than 250 speakers.
This year it was held as a virtual conference on 8–9 October and topic areas included policy, diagnostics, manufacturing, infection control and surveillance, amongst others. The full programme can be accessed here.
myPOCacademy hosted a live seminar covering Anti-microbial resistance and diagnostic stewardship: evidence of the value of point-of-care testing to reduce inappropriate antibiotic use.
The symposium was led by Professor Jonathan Cooke from Imperial College London and the University of Manchester (UK), and is available to watch on demand here.
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