The international standard for safe aseptic technique

Welcome to the official home of ANTT® We hope you find our new website useful. The Association for Safe Aseptic Practice provides this site to support practitioners, healthcare organisations, industry and patients in the education and clinical practice of ANTT®, the world’s most commonly used aseptic technique.


Here, you can find out more about ANTT as a fast developing global standard for safe aseptic technique, what it is, how it works, how you can implement it in your organisation, what help we provide, how to protect ANTT for the benefit of patients….and more.


ANTT® is a global collaboration. If you would like to have you or your team featured working clinically, please email us a photo for the slideshow on the right! 












News…

ANTT National International Conference 2024 - London


25th October!

Updated ANTT Competency Assessment Tools

Updated leaner versions of the ANTT CAT Tools are now available 

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Updated ANTT Audit Tools

Updated leaner versions of the ANTT Audit Tools are now available 

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Circle Health Group become the first Private Sector Organisation to gain Gold Accreditation across hospitals nationally. 

Report coming soon….

ANTT is mandated nationally by the Algerian Ministry of Health - comprehensively translated in French language

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Updated ANTT Procedure Guidelines

We have updated all the ANTT Procedure Guideline Collection for both Hospital and Community care. Click here to learn more

Infusion Standards 2021

ANTT has been included as a Clinical Standard for aseptic technique in the 2021 edition of the INS Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice!   

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The Romania Health Ministry adopts ANTT Click here to learn more

AVA Association for Vascular Access endorses and recommends ANTT

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Publication: ANTT prevalence in the UK’s National Health Service

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‘DRIPP’ - A collaboration with BD and Specialist Organisations to help improve standards of care for intravenous and urinary catheter devices

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