We look forward to showcasing our Top Innovations of the Year at the Knowlex National Conference and officially presenting our Advisory Board, which features members from 4 continents, multiple nations and has a mandate of gender parity.
The Infection Prevention Strategy (InfectionControl.tips) is proud to be part of the National Infection Prevention and Control 2016 Conference in Manchester and will provide full coverage of the event.
About the Conference:
The Knowlex team will be showcasing the latest innovations and will provide in-depth sessions.
- Sepsis: The Hidden Killer
Antimicrobial Resistance and Sepsis: Educational Resources to Support Learning
- Challenges of Transitioning Patients from Secondary Care to Primary Care
- The Economics of AMR: Should the Cost of AMR be Included in Economic Evaluations?
NHS England Clostridium Difficile Infection Objectives
- Surgical Site Infection Surveillance
- CQUIN Guidance for 2016/17
- Healthcare-associated Infections: QS113
- Efficacy of a Multiple Emitter UV-C Whole Room Disinfection System
- Analysis of Risk, Behavior & Culture for Improved Infection Control
- Engineered Infection Prevention
- CQUIN and Antimicrobial resistance – A way forward
- Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae: What Does This Mean?
The Current Data on MRSA and C.Difficile. What does it tell us?
- In-Vitro Diagnostics
Antibiotic Resistance Overview
- Derek Butler
Elected Chair of the MRSA Action UK
- Raymond Oppong
Institute of Applied Health Research Lecturer in Health Economics, University of Birmingham
- Dr Diane Ashiru-Oredope
Pharmacist Lead AMR, Public Health England (Invited)
- Barbara Fallowfield
Managing Director BIVDA
- Dr Russell Hope
Head of Mandatory Surveillance, Public Health England
- Dr Andrew Dodgson
Consultant Microbiologist and Infection Control Doctor, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr Ron Daniels
Clinical Advisor (Sepsis) to NHS England, CEO UK Sepsis Trust, Chief Exec of Global Sepsis Alliance
- Phillip Howard
Regional HCAI and AMR Project Lead, NHS England
- Catherine Wloch
Senior Scientist, Surgical Site Infection HCAI & AMR Dept, Public Health England
- Mohamed Sadak
Clinical Lead and Programme Manager, Antimicrobial Resistance and Sepsis, Health Education England
- Richard Catlin
Assistant Director of Infection Prevention & Control Bolton NHS Trust
- Dr Rohini Manuel
Consultant Medical Microbiologist at Public Health England
For more information on the conference please visit the website: http://www.infectioncontrolmanchester2016.co.uk/
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Infection Prevention and Control 2016 Conference
September 6, 2016
Manchester, European City of Science
The RNCM – 124 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9RD
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