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The Dutch Working Party on Antibiotic Policy

The major goal of the Dutch Working Party on Antibiotic Policy (Dutch acronym is SWAB) is to contribute to the containment of the development of antimicrobial resistance and of the expanding costs of the use of antibiotics. This is achieved by optimizing the use of antibiotics by means of guideline development, education and antibiotic resistance surveillance.


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The results of NethMap-MARAN 2014 are presented at the anual symposium of the SWAB at 26th of June 2014.

SWAB will organise the second certification course for A-teams on 3rd and 4th of April 2014. After the course the A-teams will be able to implement antibiotic stewardship in the hospital (27 February 2014).

SWAB will organise the first certification course for A-teams on 12th and 13th of December 2013. After the course the A-teams will be able to implement antibiotic stewardship in the hospital (7 October 2013).

The results of Nethmap-MARAN 2013 are presented at the anual symposium of the SWAB at 20th of June 2013.

The draft national guideline 'Antimicrobial therapy of complicated urinary tract infections' was posted by SWAB for comments from professionals until 1 February 2013. The final version will be made available by the preparatory committee and endorsed and published by the SWAB board (7 February 2013).

 

 

 

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