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SPRING CONFERENCE:

The British Society

The Global Challenge of Multi-drug

for Antimicrobial

Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria Infections

Chemotherapy

Tuesday 14 March 2017, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London

In collaboration with the Healthcare Infection Society

PROGRAMME

CPD ACCREDITED


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CONFERENCE:

The Global Challenge of Multi-drug Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria Infections

Welcome

Welcome to the BSAC Spring

Conference 2017, held in

collaboration with the Healthcare

Infection Society.

Multi-drug resistant gram negative bacterial infections have

become prevalent across the globe. Their proliferation is fueled

and encouraged by increased use of broad spectrum agents,

and identification of successful treatment regimens have

been challenged in recent years by the lack of new antibiotics

available to treat them. Outbreaks of MDR infections adversely

impact of patients quality of life, increase length of hospital stay

and place considerable financial burdens on healthcare systems

and services.

This conference will, through state of the art lectures, free

papers and presentation of the latest evidence, offer delegates

the opportunity to learn about the global and UK burden of MDR

infections, examine current and new treatments, examine how

existing and new diagnostics can support their detection and

how prevention and stewardship can reduce prevalence and

improve outcomes.

We look forward to welcoming you!


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The Global Challenge of Multi-drug Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria Infections

Programme

0830 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE

0910 Welcome

Professor Dilip Nathwani OBE, President, BSAC

SESSION ONE: Clinical Epidemiology of GNB Infections

0915 The current global and UK epidemiology of GNB infections

Professor Timothy Walsh

0940 Burden and current global management on GNB infections: Lessons from a global PPS

tbc

1010 Clinical presentations and impact of GNB infections in the UK

tbc

1030 COFFEE AND NETWORKING

SESSION TWO: Current and new treatments of MDRGNB infections

1100 NDM, ESBL and KPC - the US experience

Dr Lillian Abbo, Chief Infection Prevention & Antimicrobial Stewardship JHS President WIAM Advisory Board UMMSM,

Jackson Health System, University of Miami, United States

1125 UK Guidelines for GNB infections

Professor Peter Hawkey, PHE Lead Public Health Microbiologist, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham UK

1150 Optimising PK/PD for treatment of GNB

Dr Frederico Pea, Institute of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, University Teaching Hospital of Udine, Italy

1215 How can existing and novel diagnostics support the detection of GNB infections?

tbc

1240 AGM & LUNCH


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CONFERENCE:

The Global Challenge of Multi-drug Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria Infections

PARALLEL SESSIONS

SESSION ONE:

Free papers selected from abstracts

1400 Paper 1

1415 Paper 2

1430 Paper 3

SESSION TWO:

Sponsored symposium

1445 PRESENTATION: Quality indicators and quantity metrics for responsible antibiotic use,

lessons from DRIVE-AB

Dr Vera Vlahović-Palčevski, Clinical Pharmacologist, DRIVE-AB & University of Rijeka, Croatia

1505 CASE STUDY: UK approach to use of metrics and targets for GNB infections

Dr Susan Hopkins, Consultant in Infectious Diseases & Microbiology, Royal Free Hospital, NHS Trust, London

1525 CASE STUDY: GNB infections and stewardship

Professor Dilip Nathwani OBE, President, BSAC

1545 Prevention of GNB infections

Professor Peter Wilson, Consultant Microbiologist, UCHL Foundation NHS Trust, London

1619 Drug discovery to combat GNB infections: current challenges and possible progress

Professor Mike Ferguson, Regius Professor and Associate Dean for Research Strategy, Biologicial Chemistry

and Drug Discovery, University of Dundee, Dundee UK

1630 Closing remarks


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CONFERENCE:

The Global Challenge of Multi-drug Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria Infections

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