Antibiotic stewardship and emerging drug-resistance in New York: HANYS brings the experts to you in three 20-minute conversations
Using podcasts as a model for busy healthcare professionals, HANYS convened leaders in antibiotic stewardship and epidemiology to discuss progress, challenges and activities impacting healthcare organizations in New York for three 20-minute audio recordings. Each session is recorded separately and can be accessed at a place and time convenient to the listener.
Conversation 1: Emerging Drug-Resistance in New York
Priya Nori, MD, medical director, antibiotic stewardship program, Montefiore Medical Center and Belinda Ostrowsky, MD, MPH, medical field officer, New York division of healthcare quality promotion, CDC, discuss high-priority emerging drug-resistant infections and how public health and clinicians are responding.
Conversation 2: Antibiotic Stewardship in New York
Elizabeth Dufort, MD, medical director, division of epidemiology, DOH and Daniel Pollock, MD, surveillance branch chief, division of healthcare quality promotion, CDC, discuss the current state of antibiotic stewardship at the state and federal levels, and resources available to continue accelerating this important work.
Conversation 3: Antibiotic Stewardship in Nursing Homes
Ghinwa Dumyati, MD, professor, department of medicine, infectious diseases, University of Rochester Medical Center, shares details about her extensive work assisting nursing homes with antibiotic stewardship programs and practical advice for implementing programs.
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