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Getting Infection Right First Time

Getting Infection Right First Time

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Antibiotic Review Kit ‘ARK’, available at

Public Health England, Diagnosis of urinary tract infections, December 2018

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Urinary tract infection (lower): antimicrobial prescribing, NICE guideline NG109, October 2018

Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network, Management of suspected bacterial urinary tract infection in adults, SIGN guideline 88, July 2012

Learning outcomes

By completing this resource you will be able to:

  • Appreciate your role in the diagnosis and management of infection
  • Understand how this process contributes to keeping antibiotics effective now, and for the future

This resource was developed by:

Authors: Lauren Rose, Amelia Joseph, Susan Bowler

With thanks to: Robin Allan, Angela Beal, Adrian Blundell, Val Bowler, Annette Clarkson, Kirstie Coolin, Shanika Crusz, Charlotte Dolman, Jane Guilfoyle, Elizabeth Hart, Francesca Heard, Tim Hills, Adrian Jones, Lucy Joyner, Yvette Milnes, Gautam Paul, Cheermy Rellosa, Riya Savjani, Zarin Shiekh.

Project developers: Aaron Fecowycz & Lydia Jones

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