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The Rationale for a Mandatory Antibiotic Stewardship Rotation During Residency: What Worked, What Needs More Work
Clinical Infectious Diseases ( IF 9.055 ) Pub Date : 2020-01-12 , DOI: 10.1093/cid/ciaa029
Laguio-Vila M, Lesho E.

Reports of antibiotic stewardship (AS) integration into the >1000 U.S. internal medicine and family practice residency core curricula are scarce, but residents value such training. To help address this gap, and the projected shortage of physicians with training for establishing and leading an AS program (ASP), we describe the rationale for, and the output and shortcomings of, a dedicated AS rotation. Residents critically review, in real-time, inpatient antibiotic orders, provide feedback to the prescribers, learn the mechanics and requirements of an ASP, and complete a preliminary quality improvement project. Program evaluations are uniformly positive, noting limited opportunities otherwise to clarify optimal antibiotic choices or discuss antibiotics in depth. Nine posters at national conferences and one publication have roots in this rotation. Three alumni matriculated to accredited U.S. infectious diseases fellowships. We invite others to join us in calling for more AS training opportunities during residency.
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