ASC-SC Antimicrobial Stewardship TeleECHO: Inpatient

Sessions will be held on the 4th Thursday of every month from 12-1pm EST beginning March 26, 2020

Our Goals


Educate and engage with ASPs in community and critical access hospitals


Apply case-based learning to master complex patient and system challenges 


Empower ASPs with tools and resources to improve local antimicrobial use

Benefits of Participation

  • Enhance your antimicrobial stewardship skills
  • Share experiences in the form of case-based discussions
  • Receive specific feedback from panel of experts
  • Implement new stewardship strategies to optimize antimicrobial therapy
  • Improve antimicrobial stewardship metrics at your facility
  • Collaborate with partner hospitals in South Carolina to benefit the entire state population
  • Enhance your understanding of CMS and Joint Commission requirements
  • Earn free CME and CPE credit

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PamAntimicrobial Stewardship TeleECHO Inpatient Curriculum

All times are 12-1pm EST




March 26, 2020 Measuring Antibiotic Use & Intro to ECHO Hana Winders, PharmD
April 23, 2020 Prospective audit & feedback or preauthorization? Or both?

Jeannette Bouchard, PharmD

Stephanie Shealy, PharmD

May 28, 2020 Penicillin allergy assessment and skin testing as stewardship tool Brandon Bookstaver, PharmD
June 25, 2020 Time to Get Candid about Candida: A review of treatment strategies for invasive candidiasis Madalyn Motes, PharmD
July 23, 2020 ASP & COVID-19: Are We Up to the Task? Julie Ann Justo, PharmD, MS
August 27, 2020 Putting the brakes on carbapenem usage Majdi Al-Hasan, MD
September 24, 2020 UTIs – to treat or not to treat? Hana Winders, PharmD
October 22, 2020 Early de-escalation of antipseudomonal beta-lactams Majdi Al-Hasan, MD
November 19, 2020 Putting our thinking “CAP”s on – update on inpatient community acquired pneumonia Krutika Mediwala, PharmD
January 28, 2021 Rapid diagnostic tests to streamline empirical antimicrobial therapy Majdi Al-Hasan, MD
February 25, 2021 Decreasing use of anti-MRSA agents Pam Bailey, DO, MPH