U.S.-Supported Mobile Technology Initiative Helping Egypt Better Address Drug Resistance In Hospital Settings

USAID/Medium: How to Fight Superbugs? The Antidote is in the Palms of These Nurses Hands
Angela Rucker, writer and editor at USAID, discusses a U.S. government-supported project with Egypt’s Ministry of Health and Population to help “hospitals establish a national surveillance system to record infections that happen in their facilities as well as cases of antimicrobial resistance” and improve data collection through mobile technology to better inform treatment (12/18).

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