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Risks and Benefits of Using Persistent Antimicrobials in Public Health Practice

Date: 
June 20, 2007
(Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore MD)

Presented by:
Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Presenters:
Rolf U. Halden, PhD, PE
Center for Water and Health
Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


Cliff Mitchell, MS, MD, MPH
Director of Environmental Health Coordination and
Preventive Medicine/Public Health Residency Programs
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Content

These training materials are no longer available. Topics that were addressed are listed below.

Topic 1 - Risks and Benefits of Using Persistent Antimicrobials in Public Health Practice
»  Speaker 1:  Rolf U. Halden, PhD, PD
    Part 1:  Benefits of Using Persistent Anitimicrobials
    Part 2:  Risks of Antimicrobials
    Part 3:  Conclusion


»  Speaker 2:  Cliff Mitchell, MS, MD, MPH


   

   

 

 

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