Members of the St George’s University London CNPI team are presenting at ECCMID 2022.
Our team are presenting the following:
- Incidence of culture-confirmed meningitis in a global cohort of neonates with sepsis predominantly due to Gram-negative bacteria: an analysis from the NeoOBS study. Aislinn Cook
- Assessing the global use of WHO-recommended watch antibiotic formulations in children. Megan Wood
- Antibiotic prescriptions patterns in the pediatric primary care setting before and after COVID-19 pandemic: analysis using AWaRe metrics. Yingfen Hsia
- Prevalence of meningitis in a global cohort of neonates with sepsis. Aislinn Cook
- Developing a sepsis clinical response score to predict mortality in neonates hospitalised in low- and middle income settings – the NeoSep Recovery Score. Wolfgang Stohr and Neal Russell
- Prevalence of healthcare associated infections and antibiotic use in neonatal hospital settings globally: A point prevalence survey of neonatal units in the NeoOBS study network. Neal Russell and Wolfgang Stohr