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Clinical and Public Health Partnerships For Antibiotic Stewardship

Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Time: 2:00 PM EDT

Essential hospitals play a vital role in combating antimicrobial resistance in communities nationwide. Partnerships with local health departments have supported and bolstered these efforts.

Enhance your own hospital’s antimicrobial stewardship efforts by joining us for a case study of one such partnership between association member LAC+USC Medical Center and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Speakers will share how the partnership was established and maintained, how it has improved stewardship efforts, challenges, and lessons learned. They will also share recommendations for other local health departments and essential hospitals interested in pursuing a similar partnership.

Speakers

Maryellen Guinan, Esq.
Senior Policy Analyst
America’s Essential Hospitals

Erin Laird
Program Analyst, Infectious Disease
National Association of County and City Health Officials

Paul Holtom, MD
Infectious Disease Control Chair
LAC+USC

To Join the Webinar on July 30:

Locate your confirmation email from messenger@webex.com.

Click on the link in the confirmation email to access the online meeting room.

When the page loads, look for the “Join Event Now” header. Enter your first name, last name, and email address, and click “Join Now.”

Once you have joined the online meeting room, select “I Will Call In” to get the dial-in information to appear.

Dial in to access the audio content of the webinar.

Please note: We use Cisco WebEx for webinar presentations. To join the webinar seamlessly, you must follow the steps above in the order presented. Cisco WebEx works best on Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox; it is not compatible with Google Chrome. You will need both a computer with a viable internet connection and a phone to access the visual and audio content of this webinar.

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