Antibiotic Stewardship Educational Resources

It may be difficult for some staff members to understand their role in antibiotic stewardship. These resources can be used to educate staff members on how they can promote antibiotic stewardship through vigilence and patient education.

  • Webinar


    Webinar: Antimicrobial Stewardship

    This webinar was developed for organizations to use in education of general clinical staff. Every clinician has a role in supporting stewardship efforts. Therefore, they should all be educated on what problems the nation is facing regarding antibiotics, what stewardship of antibiotics means, and what they can do to help reinforce and improve processes. We invite you to download this video and use it to help educate your staff.

    TAGS: General, Clinical, Staff, National, Reinforce, Educate, Clinician, Role

  • Webinar Slides

    Webinar Slides

    Antimicrobial Stewardship Presentation

    Click to view the presentation slides used in the Antimicrobial Stewardship webinar.

  • Articles


    Patient Education Materials & Community Resources

    A large part of antibiotic stewardship involves patient education. Patient education can be most effective when multiple types of materials are used. The CDC has a comprehensive set of printable materials and other resources such as:

    • Videos
    • Sample social media messages
    • Webpage banners

    These resources can be used to assist you in educating the community and declaring the commitment of the office practice in being good stewards in antibiotic use.

    TAGS: Patient, Education, CDC, Videos, Webpage, Social, Media, Antibiotic, Stewardship

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    PowerPoint Education for Staff Training in Antibiotic Stewardship 1.0

    This PowerPoint presentation was created for organizations to use when training general staff members about antibiotic stewardship. This is only a PowerPoint presentation with no voiceover and is set up for staff to be able to read through and understand. The information is directed at clinicians and provides a basic overview of the antibiotic resistance crisis, what resistance means in the real world and how general staff members can make an impact in reducing the problems associated with antibiotic misuse.