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EducationCore Element Four: Education and Expertise

For Patient, Provider, and Staff Educational Resources related to the Core Elements of Antibiotic Stewardship follow these resources:

For Patients:

Viruses or Bacteria: What’s Got You Sick?English | Spanish
Antibiotics are not always the solution - Spanish
Antibiotic Safety Do’s and Don’ts at the Dentist

For Providers:

Prevent HAIs (and use antibiotics appropriately) with these provider education tools on appropriate antibiotic use.

A Commitment to Our Patients about Antibiotics

Educate patients on the potential harms of antibiotic therapy- C-difficile and other antibiotic side effects with the above flyers (customizable and printable)

Academic Detailing (Advisory panel You-tube video on Antibiograms)

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