Call for review of the African Antibiotic Treatment Guidelines for Common Bacterial Infections and Syndromes

  11 March 2021

CDC Africa are calling on qualified healthcare providers, researchers, laboratory staff, or pharmacists with experience diagnosing infectious diseases and prescribing antimicrobial therapies to provide feedback back to the African Antibiotic Treatment Guidelines for Common Bacterial Infections and Syndromes and to serve as members of the External Review Group.

The External Review Group will be tasked with reviewing the African Antibiotic Treatment Guidelines for Common Bacterial Infections and Syndromes for adult and paediatric patient populations and providing feedback on clinical content including on the availability of suggested antimicrobial selection, dosage, and treatment duration and on the clinical case definitions, principles of stewardship, and other clinical notes that accompany each treatment recommendation.

To submit your feedback, please download the guidelines in French or English as word documents and make edits and changes using the Track Changes and Comments features. Submit your edited documents as attachments to amrafricacdc@africa-union.org

Further reading: Africa CDC
Author(s): Dr Wande Alimi, AMR Program Coordinator, Africa CDC
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