Ep 11. Caroline King & the humanities on AMR; screening experiences; non-traditional therapeutics.
For this September episode we bring you an interview with Dr. Caroline King, an academic with a nursing background working with the humanities and social sciences in hospital settings. Learn about her background and current research topics looking into patients and healthcare professionals facing AMR. In the news sections you'll get an in depth analysis of one of Dr. Kings recent articles analyzing the experiences of patients involved in screening programs for AMR; and we cover a published review on non-traditional therapeutics options and challenges.
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- Patient experience of hospital screening for carbapenemase‐producing Enterobacteriaceae: A qualitative study. Dr. King's recent article covered in the news section.
- Non-traditional Antibacterial Therapeutic Options and Challenges. Review covered in the news section.
- First New Tuberculosis Drug Approved in 50 Years. The Scientist coverage of the new XDR TB treatment.
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