We hope you find the following training resources informative and useful.
Group training CPD 1 hour
TARGET Antibiotics Presentation
This modifiable presentation aims to provide up to date evidence and surveillance data to primary care clinicians about why optimising antibiotic prescribing is important and how this can be achieved.
This modifiable presentation lasts 40 – 60 minutes and includes slide notes and references. PHE recommends the presenter is familiar with local / national PHE antibiotic management guidance.
The MARTI series of training modules enables you to improve the care you provide to patients presenting with acute ear pain, acute sore throat, sinusitis and acute cough.
The module equals two hours toward your CPD, and can import into the RCGP Revalidation portfolio.
This online course has been developed through a partnership between the RCGP and Public Health England's Primary Care Unit. It was led by Dr Cliodna McNulty and funded by an educational grant from the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.
STAR is a theory based ‘blended learning’ programme to promote appropriate antibiotic prescribing. The STAR programme was led by Professor Chris Butler and developed by a team at Cardiff University.
This course explains the importance and appropriateness of diagnostics and offers advice on how to assess and treat patients with a range of urinary symptoms. It encourages reflection on how to minimise antibiotic resistance and offers 'real-life' cases. The module equals 1.5 hours toward your CPD, and can be imported into the RCGP Revalidation portfolio.
This course has been developed in partnership with Public Health England's Primary Care Unit. It was funded by an educational grant from Public Health England.