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3rd programme meeting of NRP 72: focus on implementation3rd programme meeting of NRP 72: focus on implementationhttp://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/190509-news-nfp72-3rd-programme-meeting-of-nrp-72-focus-on-implementation.aspxOver 130 participants discussed the progress made in the research projects to date and how results could be implemented.5/8/2019 10:00:00 PM
Significantly less antibiotics for "outdoor calves"Significantly less antibiotics for "outdoor calves"http://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/190509-news-nfp72-significantly-less-antibiotics-for-outdoor-calves.aspxEncouraging results of the project "Outdoor calf": the use of antibiotics can be reduced to one fifth! Researchers are now looking at how this impacts antibiotic resistance.5/8/2019 10:00:00 PM
Accompanying study of NRP 72 concludedAccompanying study of NRP 72 concludedhttp://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/190509-news-nfp72-evaluation-study-of-nrp-72-concluded.aspxAn outside look into interdisciplinary collaboration within NRP 72 supports the ambitious path taken.5/8/2019 10:00:00 PM
“It is essential to make contact with a hospital laboratory as early as possible.”“It is essential to make contact with a hospital laboratory as early as possible.”http://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/190509-news-nfp72-it-is-essential-to-make-contact-with-a-hospital-laboratory-as-early-as-possible.aspxHow do new diagnostic technologies make their way from academic science to everyday use? An interview with Markus Seeger, who led an NRP 72 workshop on the subject.5/8/2019 10:00:00 PM
"Outdoor" calves need less antibiotics"Outdoor" calves need less antibioticshttp://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/190412-news-nfp72-outdoor-calves-need-less-antibiotics.aspxCalves that can spend more time outdoors are less likely to fall ill and need less antibiotics, according to a new study.4/11/2019 10:00:00 PM
“Knowledge alone won’t change behaviour”“Knowledge alone won’t change behaviour”http://www.nfp72.ch/en/News/Pages/181109-news-nfp72-knowledge-alone-wont-change-behaviour.aspxPsychologist Vivianne Visschers explains in an interview what a public campaign on antibiotic resistance can achieve and where it should start.11/8/2018 11:00:00 PM

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