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Microbiologist and Infectious Diseases Physician

Yeast 101 – species of medical importance – Dr N Townell

Yeast summary April 2021 Townell Candida species Cryptococcus species Trichosporon species Talaromyces marneffei (previously Penicillium marneffei) Rhodotorula species Malassezia furfur Pneumocysitis jiroveci Dimorphic fungi not included.

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COVID-19 – Infection Prevention and Control literature – April 2021

Papers that related to COVID-19 infection prevention and control from the daily COVID-19 Critical Intelligence Unit  listings and other identified literature.  This posting does not assess the specific evidence or its quality. Please let me know of any gaps – @mdjkf. Evidence summaries from … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – Infection Prevention and Control literature – March 2021

Papers that related to COVID-19 infection prevention and control from the daily COVID-19 Critical Intelligence Unit  listings and other identified literature.  This posting does not assess the specific evidence or its quality. Please let me know of any gaps – @mdjkf . Peer-reviewed Wai-Shun et … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – Infection Prevention and Control literature – February 2021

Papers that related to COVID-19 infection prevention and control from the daily COVID-19 Critical Intelligence Unit  listings and other identified literature.  This posting does not assess the specific evidence or its quality. Please let me know of any gaps – @mdjkf . Peer reviewed journals … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – Infection Prevention and Control literature – January 2021

Papers that related to COVID-19 infection prevention and control from the daily COVID-19 Critical Intelligence Unit  listings and other identified literature.  This posting does not assess the specific evidence or its quality. Please let me know of any gaps – @mdjkf . Peer reviewed … Continue reading

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PRIDA Infectious Diseases and Microbiology Journal club: Pacific and SE asia 2021

These will be run with a 45-60 min Zoom session each fortnight on Friday and focus on an article of relevance to the Pacific and SE asia.   This will focus on Infectious Disease and Microbiology.  We will also use it … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – infection prevention and control literature – December 2020

Papers that related to COVID-19 infection prevention and control from the daily COVID-19 Critical Intelligence Unit  listings and other identified literature.  This posting does not assess the specific evidence or its quality. Please let me know of any significant gaps – @mdjkf . … Continue reading

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Top 10 Infectious Diseases papers 2020 from Prof Josh Davis

Guest posting from Josh Davis, Infectious Diseases Physician, John Hunter Hospital,  Newcastle,  NSW. Thanks Josh! He has selected the Top ID papers of 2020 Davis based on: Deal with diagnosis or Rx of infectious diseases (COVID excluded) Relevant to clinical … Continue reading

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REVIVE Antimicrobial Encyclopaedia

The Global Antibiotic Research & Development Partnership (GARDP) has announced the launch of their new resource, the Encyclopaedia – REVIVE (gardp.org). A great new resource!    This resource includes definitions of terms from the field of antimicrobials including ‘Active Pharmaceutical … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – infection prevention and control literature – November 2020

Papers that related to COVID-19 infection prevention and control from the daily COVID-19 Critical Intelligence Unit  listings and other identified literarure.  This posting does not attempt to assess the specific evidence or its quality. Please let me know of any significant … Continue reading

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