Emma Cramp

Time: 09:50AM – 10:10AM

Topic: Antimicrobial Resistance CQUIN update


Brief presentation description:

An update of the results from the 2017/18 and 2018/19 CQUIN. Details of the new CQUIN for April 2019 will be shared along with ideas to implement and deliver the expected achievements.



Emma Cramp: Emma studied pharmacy at Nottingham University and has since completed an MSc in Clinical Pharmacy and obtained her independent prescribing qualification. Emma has worked as an Antimicrobial Pharmacist for a number of years in various hospitals across the Midlands. She is currently working at NHS Improvement as an Antimicrobial Pharmacist within the Gram-negative bacteraemia, Infection Prevention Team. Emma is on the UK Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA) Pharmacy Infection Network (PIN) Committee and the RPS Antimicrobial Expert Advisory Group.

About the Speaker
Emma Cramp is speaking at Knowlex's Infection Prevention and Control London 2019
  • Profession
    Antimicrobial Pharmacist & Quality Improvement Advisor
  • Company
    NHS Improvement