Newsletters

The “BE S.M.A.R.T.” newsletter focuses on the increasingly preoccupying public health issues of antibiotic resistance and community healthcare associated infections (CAI/HAI). It aims to provide information ranging from topics by leading specialists to the most practical lab solutions.


October 2013

BE SMART newsletter Antimicrobial Stewardship - act now for tomorrow

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October 2012

BE SMART newsletter Fighting the rising tide of carbapenemases in Enterobacteriaceae

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October 2011

BE SMART newsletter CA-MRSA - Epidemiology and Perspectives

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January 2011

BE SMART Newsletter NDM-1 emerging carbapanenemase

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April 2010

BE SMART Newsletter ECCMID Special Issue Integrated Symposium on Antimicrobial Resistance

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December 2009

BE SMART Newsletter ESBL-Producing E.coli in the Community

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January 2009

Identifying Resistance Newsletter n°8 The Gram-negative Threat - Patients at Risk?

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March 2007

Identifying Resistance Newsletter n°7 MRSA revisited

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December 2006

Identifying Resistance Newsletter n°6 Macrolides and related antibiotics

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February 2005

Identifying Resistance Newsletter n°5 Antibiotics and S. pneumoniae

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January 2004

Identifying Resistance Newsletter n°4 ESBL Enterobacteriaceae

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September 2002

Identifying Resistance Newsletter n°3 Vancomycin resistance in Staphylococcus aureus

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January 2002

Identifying Resistance n°2 Glycopeptide resistance in enterococci

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August 2001

Identifying Resistance Newsletter n°1 Why and how should we identify resistance?

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