Enhancing practitioner knowledge about antibiotic resistance: Connecting human and animal health
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The development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is associated with increases in mortality, morbidity, length of hospitalization, and health-care costs (6). While the medical community and the general public are becoming increasingly aware of this association, widespread strategies are needed to prevent the spread of antimicrobial-resistant organisms. This article discusses the proceedings from a roundtable convened in Washington, D.C. to develop a collaborative dialogue among human and animal health communities on antibiotic resistance. A summary of the proceedings includes key recommendations for stakeholders to institute strategies for preventing the spread of antimicrobial-resistant organisms.
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Doyle, M., Acheson, D., Newland, J., Dwelle, T., Flynn, W., Scott, H. M., ... Flood, T.
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Doyle, M||Acheson, D||Newland, J||Dwelle, T||Flynn, W||Scott, HM||Singer, R||Edge, MS||Flood, T