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Acute respiratory virus infections

Slides accompanying lecture on the viruses associated with respiratory infections

Acute respiratory virus infections - handout

Handout accompanying lecture on the viruses associated with respiratory infections

Antibiotics - Antibiotic Stewardship

Slides accompanying session - 23rd Feb 2016

Antibiotics - classes, mechanisms and resistance

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: antibiotics classes and mechanisms of action; mechanisms of antibiotic resistance; misuse of antibiotics; antibiotic action petition

Antibiotics, antibiotic resistance and management of infections in primary care

Lecture slides accompanying session on antibiotics and antibiotic resistance

Assessment of a breathless patient

Introduction to Respiratory SSU

Bacterial colonisation and infection

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: how only bacteria with special adaptive mechanisms can colonise the body; how in certain circumstances relatively avirulent bacteria in the body flora may cause serious infection

Bacterial colonisation and infection - aims and learning outcomes

Handout accompanying session on bacterial colonisation and infection, giving aims, objectives and recommended reading

Bacterial structure and function

Lecture slides accompanying session covering the structure of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and its relevance to antibiotic action and microbial pathogenicity

Bacterial structure and function - handout

Handout accompanying session on bacterial structure and function, detailing aims and learning outcomes for the session, and recommended learning resources.

Bacterial toxins and immunisation - aims and learning outcomes

Handout accompanying session on bacterial toxins and immunisation, giving aims, objectives and recommended reading

Bacterial toxins and prevention of infection by immunisation

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: the difference between bacterial endotoxins and exotoxins; the role of exotoxins in cholera and tetanus; the use of toxoid-based vaccines; the problems with capsule-based vaccines and the concept of polysaccharide conjugate vaccines to prevent disease

Bone and joint infections

Slides accompanying lecture covering: septic arthritis (SA); osteomyelitis (OM); prosthetic bone and joint infections (PBJI)

CNS infections

Lecture on CNS infections; full colour and mainly B&W versions included

Cases in infection - interaction between microbes and immune system

Lecture slides accompanying symposium, covering: the interactions between host and pathogen from a clinical perspective; the importance of hospital hygiene and infection control; the power and limitations of antibiotics; innate and acquired immunity

Community acquired infection and antibiotics

Slides accompanying SBoM on infection, covering: community vs hospital acquired infection; interactive infection cases; antibiotics and resistance

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in the UK

UK national CJD surveillance data up to November 2016

Differential diagnoses of pneumonia

Slides accompanying session of differential diagnoses of pneumonia, considering a range of case studies

Diseases in returning travellers

Lecture slides from the SBoM session on global health, tropical and travel medicine, covering: the major clinical syndromes in returning travellers; disease risk by region and reason for travel; medical school electives

GI parasites

Slides accompanying lecture on gastrointestinal parasites including: giardia, e histolytica and pinworms; geohelminths; ways of spread, diagnosis, treatment and prevention

Gastrointestinal infection and diarrhoea

Slides accompanying symposium on GI infection and immunology

HIV - epidemiology and clinical features

Slides accompanying SBoM on infection, covering: the epidemiology of HIV; the pathophysiology of HIV; testing for HIV; clinical features of HIV

Herpes infections of the CNS

Slides accompanying lecture introducing the 'alpha' Herpes viruses and the concept of latency, concentrating on infections of the CNS

Herpes infections of the CNS - handout

Notes accompanying lecture introducing the 'alpha' Herpes viruses and the concept of latency, concentrating on infections of the CNS

Hospital-acquired infection and infection control

Slides accompanying SBoM on infection, covering: clostridium difficile; norovirus; MRSA

Human prion diseases

Slides accompanying lecture introducing prion diseases

Human prion diseases - handout

Notes accompanying lecture introducing human prion diseases

Infection and the immunocompromised

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: opportunistic infections in patients; diagnosing infections; treatment of infections

Infection in patients with diabetes mellitus

Slides accompanying lecture covering: why patients with DM have a higher risk of infection; specific infections in patients with DM; management and prevention of infection in diabetes.

Infections of the skin lecture

PDF version of presentation

Infective endocarditis and medical microbiology

Slides accompanying SBoM on infective endocarditis, covering: epidemiology; microbiology diagnosis; antibiotic management; the OPAT service; antibiotic prophylaxis

Introduction to infection

Introductory lecture in the infection course

Introduction to pathogens and micro-organisms

Table summarising key information about and differences between viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites.

Introduction to virus structure - handout

Handout accompanying session on viral structure and function, covering the nature of viruses, virus structure and vaccination

Ionotropic Receptors

Lecture introducing the main concepts of ionotropic receptors in the central nervous system

Lung infection

Slides accompanying symposium on lung infections, discussing a range of cases including: pneumonia; bronchitis; bronchiectasis

Malaria

Lecture slides from the SBoM session on global health, tropical and travel medicine, covering: the clinical features, diagnosis and treatment of different types of malaria

Meningitis and infections of the CNS

Notes accompanying lecture on bacterial meningitis covering meningococcal infection, its pathogenesis, treatment and prevention

Preparing the tropical traveller

Slides accompanying session covering: pre-travel advice; what to ask at a pre-travel consultation; infectious and non-infectious risks

Pulmonary defence mechanisms

Slides accompanying lecture on pulmonary defences against respiratory infections

Respiratory viruses

Slides accompanying symposium on lung infections

Scenarios of acutely unwell patients

case study discussions

Skin and soft tissue infections (SSTI)

Lecture slides accompanying session looking at the causes, clinical presentations, diagnosis and antimicrobial management of SSTI

Superbugs: An introduction to microbiology & infection

Lecture given by Professor Robert Read on bacteria as causes of disease

Surveillance of emerging infections

Lecture slides from the SBoM session on global health, tropical and travel medicine, covering: emerging infections; key systems for identification and surveillance of outbreaks; the VHF algorithm

The nature and pathogenesis of infection

Lecture slides accompanying symposium, covering: examples of clinical cases; pathogenesis of infection; timeline of infectious diseases; emerging infections

The treatment of HIV with antiretroviral therapy

Slides accompanying SBoM on infection, focusing on the treatment of HIV

Tuberculosis

Slides accompanying symposium on lung infections, covering the epidemiology of tuberculosis (TB); clinical spectrum; investigating suspected cases; pathophysiology; treatment principles

Urinary Tract Infections

Lecture by Dr Julian Sutton

Viral gastroenteritis

Lecture slides and accompanying handout

Viral hepatitis

Slides accompanying lecture describing the role of viruses in acute and chronic hepatitis

Viral hepatitis - supporting information

Notes accompanying lecture describing the role of viruses in acute and chronic hepatitis

Viral structure and function

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: how viruses differ from bacterial and mammalian cells; virus structure; virus classification; vaccination using viruses

Viruses in Medicine Yr1

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