There are a diminishing number of antibiotics in use today and very few drugs on the horizon. This, combined with the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on infection control practices, has caused an increased need for antibiotic stewardship. The next pandemic could be even worse with secondary bacterial infections. Are we prepared?
In this webinar, Jean Patel, PhD, hosts Eric Myers, PharmD, Adventist Health, and Navaneeth Narayanan, PharmD, Rutgers University, to discuss the recent antibiotic prescribing dilemmas, their current practices for Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria, and the most effective antibiotic stewardship practices at their institutions.
P.A.C.E. credit is available for your participation*
- Knowledge of the antibiotic pipeline
- Understanding challenging prescribing situations
- Understanding how diagnostics can impact prescribing practices today
Jean Patel, PhD
Principal Scientific Affairs
Beckman Coulter Microbiology
Navaneeth Narayanan, PharmD
Clinical Associate Professor, Infectious Diseases
Eric Myers, PharmD
System Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Diseases
*Beckman Coulter Inc. is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E. Program. These credits are recognized by the State of California. Most programs also provide State of Florida credits (with valid license number). At this time, we cannot issue continuing education credits for those who provide healthcare (or work for an institution that provides healthcare) in Massachusetts or Vermont.