In this special Chinese language podcast, Helena Wang is joined by two authors of papers on MCR-1 to discuss their research.
Katherine Gibney discusses her paper on geographic variations and sociodemographic inequities in infectious disease notifications in Australia.
Rob Aldridge discusses the prevalence of and risk factors for tuberculosis in UK migrant.
Ana de Filippis discusses research on how Zika virus has been detected in the amniotic fluid of two pregnant women in Brazil.
Dr. Bobbi Pritt discusses a newly discovered genospecies of Lyme borreliosis.
Ramanan Laxminarayan discusses the implications of antibiotic resistance for prophylaxis.
Discussion of the effects of national antibiotic stewardship and infection prevention and control programmes on MRSA prevalence in Scotland.
Mateusz Plucinski of the CDC discusses how Ebola has affected malaria control in Guinea.
Simon Brooker discusses a study looking into the feasibility of interrupting transmission of soil transmitted helminths.
Rob Aldridge discusses the evidence base for tuberculosis screening of migrants.
Arie van der Ende discusses a study looking into incidence of invasive group B streptococcal disease in newborn babies.
Dr Rodrigo Hasbun discusses research into bacterial meningitis in the US.
Herman Goossens talks to Nicolai Humphreys about new research into antibiotic use in eastern Europe.
Yonatan Grad discusses the genomic epidemiology of antibiotic resistant gonorrhoea in the USA.
Sunil Badve discusses the use of antibacterial honey for the prevention of infections related to peritoneal dialysis.
Didier Menard discusses an assay which can identify artemisinin resistance in plasmodium falciparum malaria.
Mikhail Edelstein discusses antibiotic resistance in Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia.
Cathy Ison discusses a Review about antibiotic resistance in gonorrhoea.
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Heidi Larson discusses an article about the use of existing public health surveillance systems to monitor public confidence in vaccine programmes.
Marco Schito discusses key points from a new tuberculosis Series.
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