Acquire the skills to fight antimicrobial resistance
The prevention of infection is central to health and wellbeing and the increasing threat of antimicrobial resistance. In human health and care settings the rapid evolution of resistance, particularly to antibiotics, will require nurses and other allied health professionals to adjust their clinical practice to reflect the evolving evidence base and models of service provision.
This innovative programme will prepare participants for current and future challenges to their roles that directly impact on the prevention or management of infection.
This programme is open to anyone regardless of RCN membership status.
It has been designed specifically to enable development of clinical and leadership skills in the prevention of infection. It will suit those whose roles contain a focus on the prevention of infection working in the NHS, independent sector and social care organisations at Band 6 and 7 or equivalent.
The course has been developed to support:
The aim is to critically evaluate the knowledge and evidence underpinning infection control practice and implement local and regional practice change.
Formal programme assessment
Supplementary Assessment to support Service Improvement Project/Plan
Day 1 - 10 & 11 November
Day 2 - 1 & 2 December
Day 3 - 19 & 20 January
Day 1 - 21 & 22 January
Day 2 - 11 & 12 February
Day 3 - 11 & 12 March
Each day will be split over two half days.
Due to COVID-19, the programme will be delivered virtually.
Cost: £1,100 + VAT*
VAT registered Charities who pay for employees to undertake this module will be able to claim back the VAT.
For more information please read the programme outline.
*Price includes: programme materials, face-to-face tuition on three days, online educational resources, six coaching sessions and portfolio assessment.
For more information please read the programme timetable.