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Spectrum. Localized antimicrobial stewardship

Alberta Health Services, Canada, et al., (2018)

Spectrum is a mobile app that can be customized to deliver local antimicrobial stewardship resources in any hospital. Spectrum delivers all of your clinical pathways directly to the point of care. Each guideline is presented in an algorithmic format for ease of use and can incorporate individualized patient factors to provide tailored recommendations

Antibiotic Resistance: the Silent Tsunami. Online Course

Uppsala University, Eds.: Future Learn, (2018)

Understand antibiotic resistance and what actions are needed to address this increasingly serious global health threat

Antimicrobial Stewardship: A competency-based approach

World Health Organization WHO, (2018)

This course will equip clinicians who frequently prescribe antimicrobials with knowledge and tools to improve their use of these essential medications in daily clinical practice. Through case based examples, the course will highlight how antimicrobial stewardship principles can be applied to common clinical scenarios. We will first review foundational clinical knowledge necessary to use antimicrobials wisely. Then, we will illustrate how clinicians can incorporate this knowledge into the management of patients with common infections through adherence to the five core competencies of appropriate antimicrobial prescribing. This course will provide a framework for approaching each clinical encounter from the perspective of combating antimicrobial resistance.

Fever Diagnostic Technology Landscape

UNITAID, Eds.: World Health Organisation (WHO), (2018)

1st edition. Unitaid’s report describes a slate of new devices that can more efficiently identify dangerously ill children so that they can be treated immediately. These tools make it easier to recognize danger signs, and support integrated approaches to reducing childhood deaths from the three greatest childhood killers: malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea. The report also highlights tests that can determine whether or not a child has an illness that can be treated with antibiotics. Viral infections are a common cause of childhood fevers, but cannot be cured with antibiotics. Although many children seeking care at clinics have fever, three-quarters by some estimates, only a small fraction of those have an illness that can be treated with an antimalarial or antibiotic drug

Antimicrobial Resistance Benchmark

A.Massey, D. Cogan, R. Jones et al., Eds.: Access to Medicine Foundation, (2018)

First independent assessment of pharmaceutical company action on AMR. Pharmaceutical companies have a long way to go to combat antimicrobial resistance, but a new ranking aims to hold them accountable. The Benchmark found that nine of the 19 companies reporting such efforts are running or supporting 19 AMR surveillance programmes across 147 countries.

The Invasion of the ‘Superbugs’. And the rise of the Champions

Constance Georgina Walyaro, Eds.: Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network, (2015)

Take Action on Antimicrobial Resistance. For students in high school. This AMR booklet is designed to inform high school students on AMR and how they can prevent it on a personal level. It is a brief document that has the potential to capture their interest as they learn from it.

Dr. Doodle and the microbes. Can you help Dr. Doodle?

Evelyn Wesangula, David Radoli, Eds.: Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network , (2015)

Take Action on Antimicrobial Resistance. For students in primary school

Development of antibiotic resistance has serious consequences. For Veterinarians and veterinarians students

L. Bebora and P. Gathumbi, Eds.: Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network, (2015)

Take Action on Antimicrobial Resistance. For Veterinarians and Veterinarian students

Standing up for patients' health. Comic strip vol.2

Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network, (2015)

This volume is specifically meant for health professionals. It is titled "tackling microbial resistance: a story of health professionals playing their part".

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