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Building Cross-Sector Collaborations to Promote Effective Antibiotic Use in Inpatient, Outpatient, and Long-Term Care Settings (Archived Webinar)

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Overview

This archived webinar provides information on building collaborations between public health and healthcare to develop antibiotic stewardship programs, promote effective antibiotic use, and reduce healthcare-associated infections. The webinar includes presentations from two state health departments and key partners from the healthcare community on how they have been successful in establishing and maintaining these cross-sector collaborations, and how these collaborations have led to practice improvements.

Originally presented in February 2017, the webinar includes presentations from Suzanne Williams, Illinois Department of Public Health; Scott Bergman, University of Nebraska (formerly the Southern Illinois University School of Pharmacy and Illinois Pharmacists Association); Marisa D'Angeli, Washington State Department of Health; and Aimee Ford, Qualis Health.

Learning Objectives
By engaging in this webinar, learners will be able to:
  • Describe how cross-sector collaboration can improve antibiotic stewardship programs
  • List at least three outcomes or impacts that have resulted from cross-sector collaboration in antibiotic stewardship
  • Identify best practices to developing cross-sector collaboration in antibiotic stewardship
  • Identify and potential pitfalls to developing cross sector-collaboration in antibiotic stewardship

Watch the archived presentation and download the presentation slides as well as the question and answer document to learn more.

 

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This webinar is also available on TRAIN as Course 1069187 for those interested in keeping a record of completion in their TRAIN transcripts.

 

Additional Resources

 
This webinar was made possible through funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under Cooperative Agreement U38OT000211. The contents of this document are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the sponsor.

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