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Consensus-based antimicrobial resistance and stewardship competencies for UK undergraduate medical students

David McMaster, Molly Courtenay, Catherine Santucci, Angharad Davies Orcid Logo, Andrew Kirby, Owen Seddon, David A Price, Gavin Barlow, Felicia H Lim, Bethany S Davies, Matthew K O’Shea, Paul Collini, Marina Basarab, Afshan Ahmad, Mahableshwar Albur, Carolyn Hemsley, Nicholas M Brown, Ciaran O’Gorman, Riina Rautemaa-Richardson, Geraint R Davies, Christopher N Penfold, Sanjay Patel, Afshan Ahmad, Andrew Kirby, Bethany S Davies, Brian D Robertson, Carolyn Hemsley, Catherine Santucci, Christopher N Penfold, Ciaran O’Gorman, David A Price, David McMaster, Deborah Mitcheson, Elizabeth Hart, Felicia H Lim, Gavin Barlow, Geraint R Davies, Mahableshwar Albur, Marina Basarab, Matthew K O’Shea, Molly Courtenay, Nicholas M Brown, Nicola Jones, Owen Seddon, Patricia McGettigan, Paul Collini, Peter Munthali, Riina Rautemaa-Richardson, Sanjay Patel, Sophie Roberts, Tim Sloan, Timothy Paget, (Keep Antibiotics Working (KAW) group)

JAC-Antimicrobial Resistance, Volume: 2, Issue: 4

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DOI (Published version): 10.1093/jacamr/dlaa096

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BackgroundIn the UK there is limited coverage of antimicrobial stewardship across postgraduate curricula and evidence that final year medical students have insufficient and inconsistent antimicrobial stewardship teaching. A national undergraduate curriculum for antimicrobial resistance and stewardsh...

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title Consensus-based antimicrobial resistance and stewardship competencies for UK undergraduate medical students
spellingShingle Consensus-based antimicrobial resistance and stewardship competencies for UK undergraduate medical students
Angharad Davies
title_short Consensus-based antimicrobial resistance and stewardship competencies for UK undergraduate medical students
title_full Consensus-based antimicrobial resistance and stewardship competencies for UK undergraduate medical students
title_fullStr Consensus-based antimicrobial resistance and stewardship competencies for UK undergraduate medical students
title_full_unstemmed Consensus-based antimicrobial resistance and stewardship competencies for UK undergraduate medical students
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author2 David McMaster
Molly Courtenay
Catherine Santucci
Angharad Davies
Andrew Kirby
Owen Seddon
David A Price
Gavin Barlow
Felicia H Lim
Bethany S Davies
Matthew K O’Shea
Paul Collini
Marina Basarab
Afshan Ahmad
Mahableshwar Albur
Carolyn Hemsley
Nicholas M Brown
Ciaran O’Gorman
Riina Rautemaa-Richardson
Geraint R Davies
Christopher N Penfold
Sanjay Patel
Afshan Ahmad
Andrew Kirby
Bethany S Davies
Brian D Robertson
Carolyn Hemsley
Catherine Santucci
Christopher N Penfold
Ciaran O’Gorman
David A Price
David McMaster
Deborah Mitcheson
Elizabeth Hart
Felicia H Lim
Gavin Barlow
Geraint R Davies
Mahableshwar Albur
Marina Basarab
Matthew K O’Shea
Molly Courtenay
Nicholas M Brown
Nicola Jones
Owen Seddon
Patricia McGettigan
Paul Collini
Peter Munthali
Riina Rautemaa-Richardson
Sanjay Patel
Sophie Roberts
Tim Sloan
Timothy Paget
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description BackgroundIn the UK there is limited coverage of antimicrobial stewardship across postgraduate curricula and evidence that final year medical students have insufficient and inconsistent antimicrobial stewardship teaching. A national undergraduate curriculum for antimicrobial resistance and stewardship is required to standardize an adequate level of understanding for all future doctors.ObjectivesTo provide a UK national consensus on competencies for antimicrobial resistance and stewardship for undergraduate medical education.MethodsUsing the modified Delphi method over two online survey rounds, an expert panel comprising leads for infection teaching from 25 UK medical schools reviewed competency descriptors for antimicrobial resistance and stewardship education.ResultsThere was a response rate of 100% with all 28 experts who agreed to take part completing both survey rounds. Following the first-round survey, of the initial 55 descriptors, 43 reached consensus (78%). The second-round survey included the 12 descriptors from the first round in which agreement had not been reached, four amended descriptors and 12 new descriptors following qualitative feedback from the panel members. Following the second-round survey, a total of 58 consensus-based competency descriptors within six overarching domains were identified.ConclusionsThe consensus-based competency descriptors defined here can be used to inform standards, design curricula, develop assessment tools and direct UK undergraduate medical education.
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