22 episodes

This content series involves webinars and audio podcasts provided by our world-renowned ASP Advisory Committee members and other topic experts. Each focuses on a specific area of interest within the topics of antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial stewardship.

Stewardship Spotlight CIDRAP

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This content series involves webinars and audio podcasts provided by our world-renowned ASP Advisory Committee members and other topic experts. Each focuses on a specific area of interest within the topics of antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial stewardship.

    Sustainable Antibiotic Development with Dr. Brad Spellberg

    Sustainable Antibiotic Development with Dr. Brad Spellberg

    Listen to our conversation with Brad Spellberg, MD, Chief Medical Officer at the Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center. We discuss his recent New England Journal of Medicine paper, and important issues around sustainable antibiotic discovery and development.

    Professor Philip Howard

    Professor Philip Howard

    Listen to our discussion with Professor Philip Howard, the current president of the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC), regarding the concept of the antibiotic footprint - a new communication tool for the public to reduce antibiotic consumption.

    Professor Dilip Nathwani

    Professor Dilip Nathwani

    Listen to our discussion with Professor Dilip Nathwani, faculty advisor to CIDRAP-ASP, regarding the launch of the new JAC - Antimicrobial Resistance (JAC-AMR), an innovative, open-access knowledge-exchange platform for research and education.

    Dr. Brad Spellberg

    Dr. Brad Spellberg

    Listen to Dr. Brad Spellberg discuss "Expected Practice," a novel psychological tool used to promote antimicrobial stewardship in clinical settings, and the progress that has been made in reducing total antibiotic exposure

    Dr. Michael Osterholm

    Dr. Michael Osterholm

    Listen to CIDRAP’s Director, Dr. Michael Osterholm, discuss accomplishments and future directions for the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, antimicrobial resistance in the US and abroad, and his role as a US Department of State Science Envoy.

    Professor Karin Thursky

    Professor Karin Thursky

    Listen to Professor Karin Thursky discuss a recently published a manuscript that describes hospital sepsis clinical pathway in a cancer hospital, impacts on sepsis management, and realized outcomes.

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Great interviews!

Very informational podcast about antimicrobial stewardship

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