Education
Antimicrobial use in Intensive Care and the Emergency Department

Event Description

27 February - 28 April 2024
Online
Online

In critical care settings such as the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and the Emergency Department (ED), the appropriate use of antimicrobials is paramount to improving patient outcomes and combating the rise of antimicrobial resistance. This course aims to provide healthcare professionals with a comprehensive understanding of antimicrobial stewardship programs (ASPs) tailored specifically to the unique challenges and dynamics of the ICU and ED environments.

Intended audience:  

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

Objectives: 

  • Discuss core elements and trajectories of Antimicrobial Stewardship Programmes (ASP) with special emphasis on the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and the Emergency Department (ED). 
  • Present the ICU as an attractive field of action for ASPs. 
  • Discuss infections that are typical in the ICU

Course coordinator: 

Christian Lanckohr, Germany

Organisers:  

European society of intensive medicine (ESICM) 

Certification:

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

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 online course.  

Deadlines

Registration

Registration was closed on 01.02.2024.

Attendance Grant application

Attendance grant application is not applicable

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Registration Fees

Ticket

Fee

ESCMID Members

EUR 150

Non-ESCMID Members

EUR 200

ESCMID Young Scientist Members

EUR 50

ESCMID LMIC members

EUR 20