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Researchers found that the perceived professional role and identity of nursing home physicians significantly influences their antibiotic prescribing.
A growing body of research shows that overuse and misuse of antibiotics in children’s hospitals is helping fuel superbugs, which typically strike frail older adults but are increasingly infecting…


Pharmaceutical developments are not keeping pace with mutations in antibiotics; and, while international stakeholders recognize the severity of antimicrobial resistance, new breakthroughs in technology are needed to combat this threat.
Chanu Rhee, MD, MPH, intensivist and infectious disease physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and assistant professor in the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School, explains why pharmacists play an important role in sepsis…
The pharmaceutical industry has primarily targeted consumers and physicians through many media platforms.
Gregory Eschenauer, PharmD, a clinical pharmacist in infectious diseases at Michigan Health, discusses an antibiotic stewardship program, the serious issue of antibiotic resistance, and why it doesn’t make sense to optimize antibiotic use in the…

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