2018 Award Winners

We're pleased to announce our WINNERs for the 2018 awards

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AGRICULTURAL & FOOD

WINNER: Bristol Veterinary School, University of Bristol

The interdisciplinary research group, AMR Force, and their ongoing work to influence the use of antibiotics in the livestock sector.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Wayland Farms Ltd

HIGHLY COMMENDED: British Poultry Council


CHILDREN & FAMILY

WINNER: Leicestershire Scouts

Leicestershire Scouts work on promoting antimicrobial stewardship in children using an interactive programme.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Centre of Excellence for Public Health Northern Ireland


COMMUNITY COMMUNICATIONS

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WINNER: RUMA

RUMA's 'Colostrum is Gold' campaign highlighting how colostrum management can reduce the need for antibiotics.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Commonwealth Pharmacists Association

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Capital and Coast DHB, Wellington, New Zealand


DIAGNOSTIC STEWARDSHIP

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WINNER: NHS Sunderland CCG

A pilot study of a point of care (POC) C-Reactive Protein (CRP) testing programme in a general practice setting in Sunderland.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: NHS Swale Clinical Commissioning Group


INFECTION PREVENTION & CONTROL

WINNER: Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust

Use of an integrated education approach to increase the necessity of protecting patients against both infection and inappropriate antibiotic use throughout the patient pathway.


INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY

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WINNER: Leicester City CCG

Use of technology for sustained education and good practice of antimicrobial use in Leicestershire.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: University Hospital Bristol NHS Foundation Trust


PRESCRIBING & STEWARDSHIP

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WINNER: RUMA

Targets Task Force work in the animal sector.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: West Hertfordshire NHS Trust

COMMENDED: ABP UK

COMMENDED: NHS Tayside


PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

WINNER: NHS Grampian

Use of a multi-media campaign to highlight the importance of appropriate antibiotic use and prescribing.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: W5 Interactive Science Centre

COMMENDED: Birmingham CrossCity CCG, Aston University & Partners

COMMENDED: Shropshire Young Health Champions


RESEARCH

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WINNER: University College London Hospitals

Use of a qualitative study to assess what staff at UCLH understand by the term "stewardship" and any barriers or facilitators to behaviour change interventions

HIGHLY COMMENDED: The University of Leeds


DAS PILLAY AMS AWARD

WINNER: Susan Bowler

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Ryan Hamilton

During World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017, Sue led colleagues and delivered a programme of multi-professional engagement activities, including an organisation-wide ‘roadshow’, and engagement hub.


STUDENT OF THE YEAR

WINNER: AMR:ABC team - King's College London

The AMR:ABC team at King's College London worked to put on the first national student AMR conference aimed at educating health students on the importance of a ‘One Health’ approach to tackling AMR, and allowing students to network with leaders in both human and animal health.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Lyna Irawati - Universiti Sains Malaysia

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Euan Carter - University of Aberdeen