PACCARB 11th Public Mtg, Day 1 Pt 4: PANEL 3: Antibiotics, Therapeutics, & Alternatives

>>Lonnie King: So, for our next panel, we’re going to continue to focus on innovation and also antibiotics therapeutics and alternatives. So, we have four panelists, and thank you for being with us. So, we’re going to start the discussion with Discovery of Veterinary Spectrum Specific Agents and the Need for Innovation in Animal Health. We’re very pleased […]

Antibiotic Awareness: Antibiotics are not always the answer

According to the Centers for Disease Control up to half of all antibiotic prescriptions are either unnecessary or ineffective. Hi, I’m Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson and in partnership with the Washington State Department of Health, I’m here to talk to you today about antibiotic usage and antibiotic resistance. It’s a growing problem in the United States and across […]

Minnesota One Health Antibiotic Stewardship Collaborative

Antibiotics are not used in just humans. They’re used in animals as well. And in Minnesota, professionals in human health, animal health and environmental health are all coming together. And we’re realizing that it’s important to address all of this because we’re all in this together. And if we take care of the Earth and our animals and […]

CDC Vital Signs: Stop the Spread of Antibiotic Resistance (Extended)

Some germs no longer respond to the drugs designed to kill them. In the United States, antibiotic-resistant infections cause an estimated 23 thousand deaths and nearly 2 million illnesses each year. Resistant germs can spread in healthcare settings and are of increasing concern to patient safety. If patients are transferred back and forth from facilities for treatment without […]

Antibiotic Stewardship in Nursing Homes: How You Can Prevent Antibiotic Resistance

More than 2 million people in the United States become sick from antibiotic-resistant bacteria each year. Resistance occurs when bacteria in your body change making antibiotics that were once used to fight the bacteria no longer effective. This can happen when you are given antibiotics you may not need, making bacteria strong enough to change 00:26.800 –>00:29.509 and […]

Beyond the Data – Be Antibiotics Aware: Smart Use, Best Care

[Iskander] Hello, I’m Dr. John Iskander. Welcome to CDC Beyond the Data. I’m here today with Dr. Katherine Fleming-Dutra, deputy director of CDC’s Office of Antibiotic Stewardship. So Katherine, we heard at today’s Public Health Grand Rounds about some of the issues around antibiotic use and antibiotic resistance. Let’s start with a working definition of what antibiotic stewardship […]

Interview with Nathan Schoepp: Preventing Antibiotic Resistance

Thanks for joining us. I’m Lydia Morrison, the host of the NEB podcast, Lessons from Lab and Life, and I hope that our podcast offers you some new perspective. Today I’m joined by my colleague Nathan Tanner. Nathan’s a Senior Scientist in the NEB Nucleic Acid Replication Research Group. Thanks for joining me, Nathan. Thanks for having me. […]