Ep44: Jonas Fuks & the Swedish coordination group. CRP test and conversation analysis. ProQ and persistence.
Welcome to this last episode of 2022! After a super busy and important month of November, we bring you a new episode with quite a Swedish perspective. On November 17th, we attended the Swedish Antibiotic Forum event and were able to talk to Jonas Fuks, an analyst at the Public Health Agency of Sweden, about the 10-year anniversary of the forum and the group behind it, the Swedish intersectoral coordination group. Learn how they have been working, what their goals are, and what their work has meant in the national efforts to reduce the impact of AMR.
On the commentary, we also talk about our own experience at this year's forum, and what was covered. In the news section, we bring you two articles by researchers associated with the center, one interdisciplinary article looking at the use of the CRP test in primary care through the light of conversation analysis, and an article shedding light on the phenomenon of antibiotic persistence. We hope you have a good time with us!
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- Skyddaantibiotikan (save the antibiotics). Webpage made by the intersectorial collaboration group to gather information, education material and evidence to help prevnent the spread of resistance. (In Swedish, but translates well with google).
- Swedish work against antibiotic resistance – a one health approach. Brochure in english.
- Introducing the C-reactive protein point-of-care test: A conversation analytic study of primary care consultations for respiratory tract infection. First article covered in the news.
- The RNA-Binding Protein ProQ Promotes Antibiotic Persistence in Salmonella.Second article covered in the news.
Global mortality associated with 33 bacterial pathogens in 2019: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019. Article mentioned at the end of the news section.
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