CwPAMS PULSE Community
An online community group for sharing, learning and connecting with other CwPAMS partnership members
Working together with our partners at THET, an online community group has been developed for Commonwealth Partnerships for Antimicrobial Stewardship (CwPAMS) members, partners, volunteers and others working closely with them.
Hosted on THET’s PULSE platform, the purpose of the CwPAMS community is to encourage continuous shared learning between the UK and partners who have received funding though the CwPAMS programme to implement antimicrobial stewardship activities in various countries including Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. The community is open to both past and present CwPAMS programmes.
When entering the CwPAMS PULSE Community, use the forum section to create your own posts and comment on discussions from other members. Follow news and announcements in the live feed and stay informed about our ongoing programmes, grant calls, tools, training and other resources.
To join the PULSE CwPAMS Community, a completed application form confirming your association to the programme will be required.
Following a screening process, should your application be successful, an email will follow with an invitation link.
Remember to bookmark the PULSE link so it’s easier to find next time.
We look forward to moving the AMS conversation forward together with you. See you on PULSE!
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