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NCID Publications Available Online, by Topic

Antimicrobial and Antibiotic Resistance

Antimicrobial Resistance: Prevention Tools
For healthcare providers. Brochures, prescription pads, and other publications for professional education and dissemination to patients

Campaign sites:

Antibiotic Resistance Surveillance Toolkit (for Streptococcus pneumoniae)
Manual and resources help state and local health departments design surveillance systems that track Streptococcus pneumoniae
See also the CDC Antimicrobial Resistance Web site
Topic Sections
item Publications online by topic, home
item Emerging infectious diseases
item Disease- and agent-specific publications
item Healthcare-associated infections
item Healthcare and laboratory issues
item Antimicrobial resistance
item Disease prevention, general
item Disease surveillance (on Infectious Disease Surveillance site)
Other Publication Sources
CDC publishes a great amount of information in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report and Emerging Infectious Diseases journal. If you do not find a publication on the topic you are looking for below, please try those publications.
Antimicrobial Resistance at CDC

Comprehensive site
General- and technical-level information, fact sheets, meeting announcements

Promoting Appropriate Antibiotic Use in the Community
Resource- and tool-rich campaign site

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