Please join us for the 2022 Nebraska Antimicrobial Stewardship Summit on August 12, 2022, at Embassy Suites in Downtown Omaha. Click here to register by August 4th.
Providing You with the Resources to Promote Appropriate Antibiotic Use, Improve Patient Outcomes and Prevent Antibiotic Resistance. Learn More
Request COVID-19 Treatment for LTCF Residents
ASAP has a dedicated supply of oral and IV COVID-19 therapies for symptomatic residents of long-term care facilities. This page contains information on the request process as well as fact sheets and order forms for the different treatment options.
Need help ensuring your facility is meeting antimicrobial stewardship program regulations? Complete this self-assessment survey to be contacted by ASAP staff, who will assist with stewardship implementation based on your answers.
Antibiotic use tracking is a vital function of antimicrobial stewardship programs. Click here to learn more about antibiotic use tracking and access our resources.
Click here to join our email distribution list and/or ask our ASAP team a question.
Visit our Clostridioides difficile infection landing page, which contains numerous helpful resources and webinar recordings.
Read our most recent updates and blog posts on interesting stewardship-related topics and new tools and educational resources.
Access our YouTube page, which hosts a variety of presentations on antibiotic stewardship topics.
Click here to access a collection of additional resources, including archived Summit presentations and other helpful websites.
Please use the following link to register for the Summit by August 4th: https://www.unmc.edu/cce/catalog/clinicmed/neb-asap-summit/index.html Content targeted at providers, pharmacists,…
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