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One Health Antibiotic Stewardship Print Materials
Fact sheets, flyers, posters, brochures, and other print materials about antibiotics and antibiotic stewardship that you can print and use.
Minnesota Antibiotic Stewardship Honor Rolls:
The honor rolls encourage commitment to antibiotic stewardship across the state.
Lights, Camera, Action for Antibiotics Video Contest
The Minnesota Department of Health invites Minnesota high schools and youth programs to help increase antibiotic awareness through the Lights, Camera, Action for Antibiotics Video Contest. Students will produce a 30-second video to spread the word about antibiotic resistance and good antibiotic use in human health care.
Antimicrobial Susceptibilities of Selected Pathogens (Antibiogram)
The Minnesota Department of Health Antibiogram includes a compilation of antimicrobial susceptibilities of selected pathogens that have been submitted to the MDH Public Health Laboratory.
HAIs and Antibiotic Resistance in Minnesota: Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to frequently asked questions about how health care-associated infections and antibiotic resistance are connected, and surveillance programs Minnesota uses to measure HAIs and antibiotic resistance in the state.
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