1-Hour Live Webinar: October 20, 2016
CABP treatment in the Era of Rising Antibiotic resistance and Antibiotic Stewardship
FREE Member | $70 Non-member*
*Price includes live event + recording, which is sent via email to all paid registrants the day after the event (attendance not required)
Presenter: Dr. Teena Chopra
Dr Teena Chopra is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, at Wayne State University and the corporate medical director of Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Prevention at DMC. Her research interests include Epidemiology of Health care associated Infections, Infection Prevention Antibiotic Stewardship and Immunization.
Dr Chopra has published over 60 papers in various journals and book chapters. Additionally she has independently reviewed over 50 journal articles. Dr Chopra has a special interest in studying the epidemiology of infections, including Clostridium difficile and Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms.
About This Webinar:
Antimicrobial resistance is one of our most serious health threats. Infections from resistant bacteria are now too common, and some pathogens have even become resistant to multiple types or classes of antibiotics." – CDC Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States, 2013
This program is made possible with an Educational Grant provided by Cempra Pharmaceuticals
1. Describe the current Joint commission standards around stewardship with the rising Antibiotic resistance
2. Explain the Principals and Goals of stewardship
3. Discover the current “state of the art” of CAP therapy
4. Gain an awareness of local antibiotic resistance patterns
5.New antibiotics on the horizon for CABP
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