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The Scottish Urinary Tract Infection Programme (SUTIN)

Published on 12 July 2022

Urinary tract infections (UTI) are the most common type of infection seen in acute and care settings in Scotland. Across Scotland, many UTI reduction resources have been developed to reduce these infections, both by national organisations as well as at local level.

The purpose of SUTIN is to coordinate the sharing of these UTI reduction resources. Find resources such as:

Think2DrinkH2O

In May 2019, the Scottish Urinary Tract Infection Network (SUTIN) launched a Children’s Hydration Campaign to convey good hydration benefits to children and young people.

Take a moment to watch our video and see how getting the right amount of water makes a big difference to how we feel, think and function.

You’ll also find lots of great resources and tips on how to stay hydrated, at any time of year, these include posters, charts and leaflets – all available from our Publications section. Please note that some file types will be downloaded to your computer or device.

These Think2DrinkH2O materials were developed in collaboration with child specialists, education and NHS partners and national organisations, including Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infection Scotland (ARHAI), Care Inspectorate, Quarriers, NHS 24, Scottish Antimicrobial Prescribing Group and the Scottish Government.

Congratulations and thank you to our competition winners, Katie and Mirren, for their amazing poster creations and whose artwork was used as part of the resources supporting this campaign.