Showing posts from March, 2012

New tools for shoe-leather epidemiologists

The utility of medical meetings

800,000 Reasons to Market Your Science

TB: "In some areas we have probably already lost the battle"

Sorry guys! Not wearing a white coat makes us more stupider

ESCMID-SHEA Training Course: Potsdam 1-4 October

Today is World TB Day

Not too shabby for an ID doc

US District Court Judge Orders FDA to take Action on Antibiotics in Animal Feed

Can Influenza Outbreaks Be Controlled? Call for Papers

Today's Profile in Science


Optimal Epidemiological Methods for Infection Prevention Studies

The post-antibiotic era isn’t coming soon. It is already here.

Stewardship, stewardship, and more stewardship!

I'm madder than a giraffe with a sore throat...

Submit your work to IDWeek!

(More) Other Advice to Young Epidemiologists

How to have your influenza vaccine and get the flu too!

Turn that Code Brown upside down!

British Olympics Handshake Kerfuffle

Religion vs infection control: issue #6

Can you tell a hospital is safe by its "broken windows"?

CAUTI: The Rodney Dangerfield of HAIs

When did "CDC Funding" become an oxymoron?

Evidence-based Backlash: The Xigris eXample

What is Sepkowitz saying about antibiotic resistance?

Preparing a Poster for APIC (or IDWeek)

Tell us your reckons...