ESNO, Nurses Guide on AMR and Vaccination
Not only has this come at great human cost, but it has had a paralysing effect on health systems. We can see a particularly strong impact from diseases such as influenza, rubella and measles, for example.
- Publication in European Parliament Magazine"By ensuring antimicrobial management is considered within the remit of nursing expertise, healthcare institutions will be able to take a true multidisciplinary approach to tackling AMR"
- Vacccine Today, Nurses and Vaccination "Improving vaccination rates: engage with nurses. ‘Nurses’ fascination with microorganisms can be harnessed to improve public understanding of infectious diseases – a new course on AMR and vaccines could help."
- ESNO Position on AMR - published during JAMRAI stakeholders event 9 November, Vienna
- ESNO Position on Vaccine - published at EU-JAV Kick-off meeting 4 September, Paris
- European Commission guidelines for the prudent use of antimicrobials in human health: a missed opportunity to embrace nursing participation in stewardship
- E. Castro-Sánchez, (et al) National Institute for Health Research in Healthcare Associated Infections and Antimicrobial Resistance at Imperial College London, Du Cane Road, London W12 0NN, United Kingdom.
- 4 September Joined Action Vaccination (EU-VAC) Kick-off in Paris
- 21 September, ESNO Focus Group AMR-Vaccination at Commission Building, Brussels
- 8-9 November, Joined Action AMR (JAMRAI), Vienna
- 15 November, participate in AMR awarenss-day
- End January, ESNO focus group, Commission Buidling, Luxemburg