Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsYou've now completed the antimicrobial stewardship in wound management course. We do hope you've enjoyed it. We commence the course with investigating wound management, antimicrobial resistance, and antimicrobial stewardship. You should now have a good understanding of, what is a wound infection, how to identify one, how to diagnose one, and how to manage one effectively in clinical practice. You should also understand about antimicrobial stewardship and how this can be implemented into your own practice areas. Throughout the course, we've encouraged you to reflect with others and reflect on your own practice. So please don't let this be the end of your learning, but only beginning.
Skip to 0 minutes and 46 secondsWe need to ensure that antimicrobial stewardship is effective in all clinical areas; all members of staff, patients, and carers understand the importance of not using antimicrobials too often, but only using them appropriately. So thank you for completing the course, and I hope you continue to learn from now on.
End of course
Congratulations on completing this course and thank you. We hope that you have found it stimulating, engaging, and enjoyable.
Professor Karen Ousey and the educators are grateful to you for taking the time to undertake this course and hope that you will go on to use some of the learning in your clinical practice so that we can reduce antimicrobial resistance with good antimicrobial stewardship practices in wound management. Please share this course with your colleagues.
We would like to acknowledge all those who made this course possible.
Many of the resources together with additional content are also available on the BSAC Antimicrobial Resource Centre (ARC) website.
Why don’t you have a look to see the other healthcare antimicrobial chemotherapy courses produced by BSAC?