Congratulations you’ve now reached the end of part 2. Well done!
In part 2, you have:
- Received an introduction to bacteria, antibiotics and resistance.
- Got an insight into antibiotic use in humans and animals.
- Taken part of a doctor’s story about the challenges in clinical practice as well as discussed the fair distribution of antibiotics for current and future generations.
- Learned about infection prevention and control in a hospital setting.
- Carried out a quiz about antibiotics and resistance, answered study questions to anchor your knowledge and reflected upon an analytical assignment.
In part 3, you’ll learn more about:
- The nearly empty pipeline of new antibiotics.
- Alternatives to antibiotics.
- The need for new business models addressing antibiotic resistance.
- The dilemma of access and excess to antibiotics in low- and middle-income countries.
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More from "Part 2"
- Bacteria basics
- Bacterial evolution and importance of normal flora
- Antibiotic basics
- A doctor’s reality
- An ethical dilemma
- Antibiotic use in humans
- Antibiotic use in animals
- Introduction to antibiotic resistance
- Emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance
- Infection prevention and control in the clinic
- Antibiotics and resistance (quiz)
- Test your understanding II
- Reflection and analysis: optimizing antibiotic use on poultry farms
- End of part 2