To efficiently manage and coordinate the whole project, ensuring that all the objectives listed in each WP can be successfully achieved, communicating with the EC, ensuring that all the Deliverables are completed and submitted as planned; respect of ethical issues; oversee ethics approval procedures and safe data management across WPs.
Carles Llor (IP) – email@example.com
Training resources for the interventions in WP3 – WP6
To develop and operationalise effective communication tools to support the reduction of overuse and misuse of antibiotics as emphasised in the EU guidelines for the prudent use of antimicrobials in human, to facilitate co-design of communication tools involving HCPs and pts, to promote patient empowerment by presenting country-specific “antibiotic foot print”and to develop feedback material for HCPs using social marketing communication tools
Lars Bjerrum – firstname.lastname@example.org
Audit cycles at Primary Care (GPs, Nurses and Dentists)
To implement the EU guidelines for the prudent use of antimicrobials in human health thereby reducing inappropriate use of antibiotics for the most common community-acquired infections managed in Primary Care.
Jesper Lykkegaard – email@example.com
Audit cycles at Secondary Care (OOH services)
To reduce the inappropriate use of antibiotics in the most common infectious diseases in out-ofhours care (respiratory, urinary tract and skin infections) by implementing EU guidelines for the prudent use of antimicrobials in human health. We will target professionals working at OOH primary care services via a patient-centred model, following the Audit Project Odense (APO) methodology. The model consists of an audit-based registration followed by quality evaluation and intervention activities including peer feedback to prescribers. The aim is to reach behavioural change among professionals and patients in order to achieve a more prudent use of antimicrobials.
Ingrid Keilegavlen Rebnord – firstname.lastname@example.org
Audit cycles at Tertiary Care (Nursing Homes)
To reduce the inappropriate use of antibiotics in common infectious diseases in Nursing Homes (respiratory, urinary tract, oral and skin infections) by implementing EU guidelines for the prudent use of antimicrobials in human health.
Jette Nygaard Jensen – email@example.com
Audit cycles Pharmacies
To reduce the inappropriate use of antibiotics in common infectious diseases (respiratory, urinary tract, oral and skin infections) by implementing EU guidelines for the prudent use of antimicrobials in human health at Pharmacies.
Katja Taxis – firstname.lastname@example.org
Evaluation of project results
To verify if the HAPPY PATIENT project is being implemented as planned and reaches the objectives. We will evaluate outputs and outcomes. In order to that, we will develop, share and disseminate an evaluation plan based on a set of indicators and linked to specific partners that are responsible for them.
Beatriz González Lopez-Valcarcel – email@example.com
Communication and Dissemination
To aid the achievement of the project’s objectives through a strategic and ambitious approach to the communication and dissemination of the projects activities and outcomes, to ensure that each of the project’s stakeholder groups is engaged with relevant, accessible and scientifically based materials, to promote awareness of concrete steps which can be taken at the level of individual professionals and patients to reduce the impact of AMR, to maximise synergies with other AMR communications being implemented by national and EU-level programmes.
Laura Álvarez – firstname.lastname@example.org