Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course developed by the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC) introduced participants to what vaccines are and how they can play a key role in combating antimicrobial resistance now and in the future.
2 weeks, 2 hours per week
Dr Rajeka Lazarus
Consultant in Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, University Hospital Bristol
Dr Susanne Hodgson
Academic Clinical Lecturer in Infectious Diseases & Microbiology at the University of Oxford
- Explain the basic principles of how vaccines work
- Evaluate the impact of vaccines on infectious diseases
- Describe how vaccines are currently used in higher and lower income countries
- Describe the factors that influence vaccine deployment and uptake
- Assess the potential pipeline of future vaccine development to prevent AMR and infectious diseases
- Evaluate the challenges for novel vaccine development
- What are vaccines and how do they work
- The impact vaccines have had on saving lives
- Barriers to the universal use of vaccines
- The potential for vaccines to help address antimicrobial resistance
This course has been approved by the Royal College of Pathologists at a level of 4 credits.
Issued on 21st June 2019
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