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B.A.R.K. - Antimicrobial Resistance - Superbugs

Ann Milligan

There are 5 videos available in this student project series.


B.A.R.K. Episode 1: Super Bugs (here)


B.A.R.K. Episode 2: Interview with Nurse Landers

Tim Landers, PhD, RN, CNP, CIC from The Ohio State University College of Nursing was kind enough to sit down and answer some questions about antimicrobial resistance from the nursing perspective. He is a wealth of knowledge, and this short video is worth a listen!

B.A.R.K. Episode 3: Breeding Through Breeding

PSA to all of the breeders. Please avoid using antibiotics during pregnancy and whelping unless absolutely necessary. Through breeding your dogs with antibiotics, you are also breeding super bugs. Antibiotics can also be detrimental to growth and development of the puppy. Some antibiotics even cause fetal death. Always consult your veterinarian before using antibiotics.  

B.A.R.K. Episode 4: Antimicrobial Resistance Conference at the National Academy of Science

Summary of my experience at the conference on antimicrobial resistance at the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. This conference took place on June 2017 in Washington, D.C.  

B.A.R.K. Episode 5: AMR and Our Environment

Something we all share in common is the environment, and green is the new black! With movements towards protecting our environment, it is important to know about the role antibiotics play.

For more information on the the IPFD's second Student Project and AMR see:

DogWellNet.com Student Blog: The B.A.R.K. Blog includes vlogs (video blogs) on the progress of Ariel's project. The videos have a focus on the topic of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and will cover interesting and controversial questions in this subject matter. The blog will also include filmed interviews with experts in AMR, video shares, podcasts, and more! Below are links to published blog posts.

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