Tweetchat: Spread awareness, stop resistance – the role of pharmacists
Join our tweetchat on the 17th of November 2021
To celebrate World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) between the 18th to 24th of November, join us for a 60-minute tweetchat to share your views around the topic: “Spread awareness, stop resistance – the role of pharmacists” using both hashtags #CPApharm and #WAAW.
All stakeholders including pharmacists, doctors, patients, NGO’s, policymakers, payers, journalists, educators, nurses, researchers and others working in antimicrobial resistance in the Commonwealth and globally are welcome. The public transcript will be recorded by Symplur.
When and where?
Date: 17 November 2021
Time: 5 – 6 pm (GMT)
Hashtags: #CPApharm and #WAAW
T1: How do you think pharmacists could spread awareness about antimicrobial resistance?
T2: What role do you think pharmacists play in tackling antimicrobial resistance from a one health perspective?
T3: As a pharmacist, how would you explain antimicrobial resistance to someone who has never heard the term before?
T4: What types of awareness raising tools do you think work well to create awareness about antimicrobial resistance?
T5: What do you think needs to change urgently to tackle antimicrobial resistance?
CT: (Closing Thoughts): Is there anything you feel is important to add to this conversation?
The aim of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week is to improve the understanding of what antimicrobial medicines are and how their misuse and overuse in humans, animals and the environment are accelerating the speed at which microbes (i.e. germs) are adapting to resist their effect. The most widely recognised antimicrobial medication being antibiotics which treat infections and diseases caused by bacteria.
This year’s WAAW theme which was announced by the World Health Organisation (WHO) is: “Spread awareness, stop resistance“ with the slogan remaining as “Antimicrobials: Handle with care.”
During this tweetchat we invite you to help us explore views from a one health perspective (i.e. human and animal health as well as considering environmental impacts in relation to AMR and the role of pharmacists).
- Tweets are limited to 280 characters and 140 on some tweetchat platforms, so keep answers as simple as possible. Answer one question as many times as you like.
- Chats are public. Think before you tweet! Read more about maintaining a good digital footprint here.
- Respect other members of the community and show courtesy at all times.
Refer to the Twitter Terms and Conditions of use. Disrespectful behaviour can be reported.
- Don’t be afraid to lurk although participation is encouraged.
- Visit www.symplur.com to check out the analytics after the chat.
- If you don’t understand a question from the moderator speak up and ask for clarity.
- Use this opportunity to network with other stakeholders and follow them.
- When entering the Twitter chat, first introduce yourself and tell other members what you do so they get to know you. The first 5-minutes of the chat will be dedicated to introductions before questions start.
- If you agree with someone’s perspective retweet (RT) them to show support.
- The chat runs for 60 minutes but you can join at any time.
- Start answers with the relevant T and number (e.g. T1, T2, T3).
- Answer each question after the moderator prompts but keep answers coming even if we move onto the next question. We don’t want to miss out on your views.
- Both panel experts and attendees are invited to participate because everyone’s perspective counts.
- Use both hashtags #CPApharm and #WAAW in all of your tweets or you won’t be visible on the transcript recording.
- Have fun, and invite others to support the session!
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