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An Antibiotic Stewardship Curriculum for Medical Students

The curriculum is intended for use in U.S. medical schools. It is comprised of: three didactic lectures with facilitator notes and audio recordings, nine corresponding exam questions in USMLE format (available on request), and five small group activities with facilitator guides. The didactic lectures are geared toward medical students in the pre-clinical years. The small group activities are geared toward medical students on clinical clerkships.

Three Didactic Lectures
Lecture notes are included on PowerPoint slides.

Three Didactic Lecture Videos
These video recordings can be used as guides for lecturers.

Exam Questions
There are nine exam questions in USMLE format (three for each of the didactic lectures).

The exam questions are available on request in order to preserve the integrity of the questions. Please email to request exam questions.

Five Small Group Activities
These can be used in any order.

Five Small Group Activities Facilitator Notes
Facilitator guides for each of the above small group activities.

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Christopher Ohl, MD
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