Congratulations, you’ve now reached the end of part 1. Well done!
In part 1, you have:
- Received an introduction to the course.
- Explored antibiotics and resistance from a historical perspective.
- Got an insight into the current situation and where we are heading.
- Heard about real-life stories from people who were infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
- Carried out a short quiz.
- Carried out a small warm-up exercise where you considered global differences in surveillance of the burden of antibiotic resistance as well as reflected upon antibiotic resistance in the media.
- Done an analytical assignment in which you reflected upon the usefulness of surveillance data on antibiotic resistance.
In part 2, you’ll learn more about:
- Bacteria, antibiotics and resistance.
- Challenges in clinical practice regarding antibiotic prescribing.
- Antibiotic use in humans and animals.
- How antibiotic resistance emerge and spread.
- Infection prevention and control in the hospital setting.
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More from "Part 1"
- Welcome to the course
- Meet the course team
- The discovery of antibiotics
- The burden of antibiotic resistance
- Warm-up exercise
- Has Fleming’s warning been ignored?
- Experiences from the field
- Antibiotic resistance in the media
- Test your understanding I
- Reflection and analysis: the importance of surveillance
- End of part 1