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By the end of Week 6 you will have an increased:
  1. understanding that a whole team approach can increase the effectiveness of antimicrobial stewardship strategies.
  2. intention to involve the whole team in optimising antibiotic prescribing in a clinical setting.
  3. intention to make optimising antimicrobial prescribing a priority in a clinical setting.
  4. intention to make antimicrobial guidance available to all members of staff, including locums.
  5. intention to identify an antibiotic champion from a team.
  6. intention to undertake an antibiotic or infection related audit in a clinical setting.
  7. intention to develop an antibiotic action plan within a clinical setting.
  8. intention to share advice about self-care of infections with patients.
  9. intention to share leaflets (such as the TARGET patient leaflets) about length of illness, self-care, safety netting, and value of antibiotics with patients.
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