Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy (OPAT) Conference & Workshops

Part of the BSAC OPAT Initiative

National OPAT Conference 2022 – Posters

Below are the posters presented at the 2022 OPAT Conference.
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Systematic Review: Effectiveness of Telemedicine in Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy (Tele-OPAT)

Author: Chris Oyewole Durojaiye, Consultant Physician/OPAT, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

The use of OPAT-delivered carbapenem therapy for complicated urinary tract infections – a service evaluation

Author: Aoife Heeney, Infectious Diseases/GIM Specialist Registrar, Naas General Hospital

No Exit. Long-term meropenem usage in S-OPAT

Author: Nicholas R Power, Specialist Registrar, St. James' Hospital

OPAT – when things go wrong!

Author: Peter McKee, Lead OPAT pharmacist, Southern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland.

Evaluation of a complex oral antibiotic clinic at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Author: Lucy Hammett, FY1 Infectious Diseases, Centre for Clinical Infection, James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring of Daptomycin in OPAT: Nottingham University Hospitals Experience

Author: Francesca Heard, SpR Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology, Nottingham University Hospitals Trust

Cefazolin-probenecid for the ambulatory management of skin and skin structure infection (SSSI).

Author: Bee Yean Ng, Specialist Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist, Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (OUHFT)

OPAT outcomes in the James Cook University Hospital: A comparison with the BSAC National Outcomes Registry data

Author: Georgina Stenhouse, IMT2 in Infectious Diseases at James Cook University Hospital

Exploring benefits of nurse filled antibiotic elastomeric devices

Author: Yasmin Elmasry, Antimicrobial stewardship and OPAT advanced specialist pharmacist at University Hospitals Plymouth

Utility of Elastomeric Antibiotics for Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy (OPAT): Experience from Oxford University Hospitals

Author: Lakmal Fonseka, Infectious diseases SpR, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

When OPAT became IPAT: A case study in individualised quality care

Author: David Adams, Regional Infectious Diseases Unit, Western General Hospital Edinburgh