Summary, Downloadable Action Plan and FAQ’s
Well done on reaching the end of Week 2 on prescribing for UTIs. We hope you have enjoyed Week 2 and that you found the discussion with Professor Chris Butler and Dr Mandy Wootton useful.We hope you now have a firm understanding of why prescribing in Urinary Tract Infections is an important issue to address in primary care and can now introduce the studies that they have been involved with.In Week 3 we will be assessing the real world need for antibiotics.If you would like to watch the full video which was included in the PHE TARGET webinar series and includes the live panel discussion and useful links please follow this link to the TARGET webinar.Use of health behavioural pledges have shown to increase knowledge and influence behaviour. As part of this course we encourage you to create an action plan like the downloadable version that is available as an attachment at the bottom of the page. This form also gives you the opportunity to reflect back on each week of the course as you work through them, making valuable notes for future reference.Please also find attached some useful frequently asked questions and answers for your reference.
*The leaflet in this video has since been updated and rebranded in line with the Keep Antibiotics Working campaign
TARGET Antibiotics – Prescribing in Primary Care
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