The final webinar in this series shows the work of Churchill Medical Centre in Kingston upon Thames who adopted a common practice approach to improve their antibiotic prescribing. Key staff explain what this means for them and the practice.
In our final webinar of this series our expert panel will discuss the benefits of a common practice approach to antibiotic prescribing, patient self-care and GP clinical work adopted at Churchill Medical Centre, Kingston-upon-Thames.
Elizabeth Beech, prescribing advisor for NHS Bath and North East Somerset CCG and Antimicrobial Resistance Lead for NHS England, interviews Dr Pete Smith senior partner at the practice, Rebecca Steven the Deputy Practice Manager and Kate Fairbairn the Practice nurse.
The webinar and live Q & A session will be led by Professor Cliodna McNulty, head of PHE Primary Care Unit and lead for the TARGET antibiotics project and the panellists will include Dr Conor Jamieson an antibiotic pharmacist since 2002 and lead Pharmacist for Antimicrobial Therapy at Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, and Dr Harry Ahmed a GP at Aberdare, South Wales and a NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow at Cardiff whose interests include improving the diagnosis and clinical management of infections in older people.