This blog disseminates teaching materials and discusses instructive topics, journal articles,  cases  about microbiology, infectious diseases, infection control and antimicrobial stewardship.  It has been primarily designed with post-graduates in mind.

Contributors include Dr Andrew Trotter, ID Physician based at TUTH, Kathmandu, Dr John Ferguson, a Microbiologist and Infectious Diseases Physician  based at Pathology North and John Hunter Hospital,  Newcastle Australia who visits Nepal and Papua New Guinea for post-grad teaching and others to be announced soon.

You can follow postings on this blog via the twitter feed @mdjkf OR if preferred enroll your email address. When setting the email response up , you will be given the option of how frequently you would like to receive postings.

We invite your comments or questions- either post these against the blog posting or email them to mdjkf[AT]me.com. If you wish to offer a guest posting, please also email John at that address.

Links to  teaching materials from various faculty staff are provided on the right (the initials differentiate the authors of these sites) after the link.

Pathology North (Australia) also operates a Clinical chemistry case discussion site and an Antimicrobial Stewardship blog – follow via @mdjkf or via email sign-up.


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