My IDSA Contact Us
IDSA NewsPrint-Friendly Newsletter
Forward to a Friend
Search Back Issues
 
Education & Training Resources Practice Guidelines Journals & Publications Policy & Advocacy Meetings About IDSA
April 2012
Education & Resources
CDC Webcast: Multidrug-Resistant Gonorrhea and Public Health

Watch a free webcast from 1 to 2 p.m. EDT on May 15 exploring the development of antibiotic resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae as a growing public health concern. Part of the Public Health Grand Rounds series offered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the webcast will feature presentations on gonorrhea infections and antimicrobial treatment, the molecular basis of resistance and the importance of the laboratory in detecting resistance, and tools to combat multidrug resistance.

The live webcast will be available on CDC’s website. An archived version will also be available on the site.
How useful is this article?

< Previous Article | Next Article >

Post a comment

Your name:

Your comment:


Patient Care and Science
Rhinosinusitis Guideline Podcast Now Online
New Guideline Pocketcard: Treating CAP in Children
MRSA Guidelines Slide Set Available
Fever and Neutropenia Guideline Now in Japanese
Drug Approvals, Recalls, Adverse Events Update
Clinical Practice Management
IDSA, Physician Groups Urge CMS to Re-Evaluate Penalty Timelines
Global ID
WHO Issues New Guidance to Prevent HIV in Discordant Couples, Infants
NIH Launches Initiative to Mentor Young Global Health Researchers
Interview Series: CDCís Role in Global HIV and TB
Policy and Advocacy
FDA Announces Voluntary Plan to Limit Antibiotic Use on the Farm
Your Colleagues
CDCís Antimicrobial Resistance Working Group Announces New Members
Education & Resources
IDSA, HIVMA Can Help with ABIM Recertification
CDC Webcast: Multidrug-Resistant Gonorrhea and Public Health
Top Stories
From the President:
Supporting the Next Generation of Our Field
IDSA Continues Push for Antibiotic Incentives, Members Can Help
EIN Update: Vancomycin and Acute Renal Toxicity
IDSA Journal Club

IDSA | 1300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300 | Arlington, VA 22209 | Phone: (703) 299-0200
To ensure delivery, please add 'info@idsociety.org' to your email address book or Safe Sender List.
If you are still having problems receiving our communications,
see our white-listing page for more details.