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2017
Poster or graphic
2017
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2020
Poster or graphic

This logo has been developed for Antimicrobial Awareness Week, and can be used in a number of formats such as branding for resources, social media or email signatures.

2020
Poster or graphic

This poster includes step-by-step instructions for aged care workers regarding how to put on and remove personal protective equipment (including gowns, P2/N95 respirator masks, protective eyewear and gloves) when they are caring for residents with COVID-19. It also includes instructions on how to fit check P2/N95 respirator masks, where they are required to be used.

2020
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The Antimicrobial Medicines Dispensing from 2013–14 to 2017–18 report is the first analysis to probe antimicrobial prescribing at every level over five years – national, state and territory, Primary Health Network (PHN) and local area.  It is available in interactive format.

This infographic outlines key highlights from the report.

Updated 23 September 2020

2020
Poster or graphic

This graphic can be used as branding on Word documents for resources you develop for Antimicrobial Awareness Week.

2020
Poster or graphic

This graphic is designed to help clinicians and consumers understand the difference between antimicrobials, antibiotics, antivirals, antifungal and antiparasitic medicines.

2020
Poster or graphic

This graphic can be used to print a large conference style pullup banner for Antimicrobial Awareness Week.

2020
Other resource

This resource is designed to support clinicians with ideas for Antimicrobial Awareness Week. This is most suitable for the acute care environment, but can be adapted for primary care settings.

 

2020
Other resource

This resource is a quiz which is an activity that health services can use to profile Antimicrobial Awareness Week.

2020
Other resource

This quiz is one activity that may be utilised during Antimicrobial Awareness Week.

2020
Other resource

The Board established the Audit and Risk Committee in compliance with section 45 of the PGPA Act and section 17 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule. Its primary role is to assist the Board to discharge its responsibilities in respect of financial reporting, performance reporting, risk oversight and management, internal control and compliance with relevant laws and policies.

2020
Other resource

A joint statement from the Council of Presidents of Medical Colleges (CPMC) and the Commission has been made regarding the importance of responding to the long-term lack of improvement in compliance with antimicrobial prescribing guidelines in Australia.