What Success Looks Like: Fighting Antimicrobial Resistance

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Breaking the norm of treating every acute symptom with an antibiotic is HUGE. Join in this educational topic to find out what antibiotic resistance truly is and why it matters. Becky will help audiences identify what resources are readily available at your fingertips to help educate providers and community members to defeat this cascading routine.

  • Interpret lab results to justify antibiotic use
  • Trend current antibiotic usage in your community
  • Distinguish antibiotic resistances prevalent in your community per susceptibility reports
  • Modify antibiotic regimens per microbiology results to reduce further resistances
  • Effectively communicate resources to providers and community members
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Iowa Healthcare Collaborative


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Speaker Bio

Becky Evans headshotBecky Evans, BS, RT (R) (CT) is the Director of Radiology at Landmann-Jungman Memorial
Hospital-Avera in Scotland, South Dakota. Becky also oversees other areas in the facility
as the Quality Coordinator, Infection Preventionist, and Emergency Preparedness
Coordinator. She serves as Secretary-elect for the South Dakota Association of Healthcare
Quality Board, as well as Secretary for the Dakotah Plains Chapter of the Association
for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology. She is an active board member
for the South-Central Plain’s Chapter of the South Dakota Healthcare Coalition, and is
a member of the Local Emergency Preparedness Committee for Bon Homme County.
Becky is also the treasurer for her local Philanthropic Educational Organization Chapter AE.
Some of her favorite work responsibilities include coordinating and teaching community
education such as Hands-only Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Stop-the-Bleed for
staff and students at the Scotland School District.