Wired explores how new data shows that urgent-care and walk-in clinics play a big role in overprescribing antibiotics. But in a surprising turn, the urgent-care industry is rallying to change that, with a tech-assisted push.
ARAC in the News
NPR highlights new research that some bacteria are becoming "more tolerant" of hand sanitizers. ARAC Director notes how "soap and water should be our number-one protection."
NBC News reports on a new study that suggests drug-resistant superbugs may have just learned a new trick. Our CMO, Dr. Cindy Liu noted “The jury’s still out as to whether this should raise a major alarm."
ARAC Deputy Director Laura Rogers highlights ARAC's work in urgent care and a challenge faced by urgent care - patient expectation for antibiotics.
CQ Researcher takes an in-depth look at antibiotic use in the U.S. and globally and the growing threat of antibiotic resistance.