Antimicrobial Stewardship Interventions in Primary Care A Behaviour Change Approach

Event Description

17 - 18 March 2025
Oxford, United Kingdom

An innovative course designed to empower healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR) at the primary care level. Antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) is essential in preserving the effectiveness of antimicrobial agents and combating the growing threat of AMR, which poses significant challenges to global public health. 

Intended audience:  

Target Audience ID Physicians, Medical Microbiologists, Clinical Pharmac(olog)ists, ICU physicians, Internists, Specialist Nurses, Pediatricians and other medical specialties.


To develop knowledge of effective antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) interventions in primary care.
To develop skills in using a behavioural approach to develop, implement and evaluate AMS interventions.
To develop knowledge and skills for implementing AMS interventions in primary care.

Course coordinator: 

Oliver Van Hecke, UK   


Nuffield department of primary health care sciences, University of Oxford


Course organisers will monitor attendance. Only participants attending live sessions will be able to receive the certification. 

Course Venue: 

Lady Margaret Hall 
Norham Gardens 
Oxford OX2 6QA 
United Kingdom


Accommodation is not included in the fee. 

Registration details: 

This course is part of the AMS Certificate Programme, but has some spaces open to registrations outside of the programme.

Registration fees include full access to the course, coffee breaks and lunches. Travel costs and accommodation are not included in the fee.  



Restrict to AMS trainees

Attendance Grant application

Attendance grant application is not applicable


Registration Fees

Not applicable



ESCMID Members

EUR 350

Non-ESCMID Members

EUR 450