*The Elective modules will be similar to those for the AMS Certificate 2022-2024. Please find below a list of Elective modules that have been confirmed as of now; however, additional Electives to be held in 2024 and 2025 will be announced here in 2023.

Date: 26-27 October 2023

 

Location: Online

 

Organisers

 

Faculty of medicine, University Ss Cyril and Methodius Skopje & Institute for Social Innovation - Skopje

 

Module objectives

 

1. Recognizes problems that should be addressed in outpatient setting and is capable for addressing them by organizing appropriate structures, interventions, and monitoring

2. Understands the role of cultural and behavioral determinants in antibiotic prescribing in outpatient and primary care

3. Can recognize the facilitators and barriers to ASPs and is able to address them

4. Understands and can perform different communication techniques

5. Can communicate with all stakeholders involved in AMS at primary care level

 

Preliminary programme

 

Programme flyer

 

Date: 2024

 

Location: Online

 

Module objectives

 

By the end of the module, participants should:

 

  • understand core elements and trajectories of ASPs in different clinical settings, including the ICU and ED.

  • Present the ICU as an attractive field of action for ASPs

  • Intensify cooperation of ESCMID and ESICM in this important topic. Intensivists (ESICM) should be "visible“ as proponents and facilitators of AMS

 

Preliminary programme

 

Coming soon

 

Date: 13-14 March, 2024

 

Location: Online

 

Organisers

 

ESCMID PK/PD of Anti-Infectives Study Group (EPASG), The European Committee on Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing (EUCAST), The International Society of Anti-Infective Pharmacology (ISAP)

 

Module objectives

 

This course presents and summarises currently available knowledge on PK/PD of

commonly used antibiotics, strategies for setting clinical breakpoints, individualised dosing, and

therapeutic drug monitoring. The aim is to provide participants with insights that can be used to

optimise antibiotic therapy for different patient groups, infection sites and pathogens.

 

Preliminary programme

 

*This module programme is subject to minor amendments

 

Programme flyer

 

Date: 5-6 April 2024

 

Location: Online

 

Organisers

 

Aster Medcity

 

Module objectives

 

At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:

- Understand the basics and need for AMS in their setting

- Develop and implement a AMS program relevant to their setting

 

Preliminary programme

 

*This module programme is subject to minor amendments

 

Programme flyer

 

Date: 6-7 November 2024

 

Location: Online

 

Organisers

 

ESCMID Ethics Advisory Committee

 

Module objectives

 

At the end of the course the participants will identify and will be sensitized on the ethical issues related to the field of antimicrobial stewardship, one-health topics, and the unique ethical issues on infection control

 

Preliminary programme

 

Coming soon

 

Please refer to the Elective modules from the ESCMID AMS Certificate 2022-2024 here.