Consultation outcome

UK SMI B 59: Detection of enterobacteriaceae producing extended spectrum β lactamases

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Detail of outcome

The last full scientific review of this document was completed on 4 August 2016.

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Detail of feedback received

Timeline of review process

Date review started: 5 February 2014

First consultation: 3 June 2015 to 15 July 2015

Document discussed at the following working group meetings:

  • 21 October 2015

Date document issued: 4 August 2016

Original consultation

Summary

This consultation asks for feedback in relation to the SMI B 59: detection of enterobacteriaceae producing extended spectrum β lactamases.

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Consultation description

Public Health England has opened a consultation this week in joint partnership with professional organisations.

This consultation asks for feedback in relation to the Standards for Microbiology Investigations (SMI) B 59: detection of enterobacteriaceae producing extended spectrum β-lactamases.

We have refined the process so that UK SMI users can comment more easily if they see no requirement for amendments to the document out for consultation.

This information is as important to the consultation process as comments.

Use this form to provide comments or amendments for B 59

Use this form if you have no amendments for B 59

Documents

B 59 closed consultation draft

B 59 closed consultation draft

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Published 3 June 2015
Last updated 10 August 2016 + full page history
  1. Added review of users' comments August 2016.
  2. Added consultation feedback as attachment 'review comments first consultation July 2015'.
  3. First published.