Antimicrobial Stewardship Research
Research drives innovation. The Antimicrobial Stewardship Program is committed to discovering new and better ways to promote the best patient outcomes with respect to antimicrobial use and to share our findings with health care providers, researchers and the general public.
Our multidisciplinary team uses a broad range of research techniques, including qualitative and quantitative research methods, quality improvement methods, implementation science, and behavioural science.
We also recognize that collaborations are key to successful research and are continuously seeking connections to other researchers and clinician scientists for projects large and small. Of course, we are always open to working with students and learners of all levels and backgrounds to get them involved in health research. Finally, we strive to involve patient partners in our projects to ensure that our research activities are patient-oriented.
Lee C, Jafari M, Brownbridge R, Phillips C, Vanstone JR. The viral prescription pad - a mixed methods study to determine the need for and utility of an educational tool for antimicrobial stewardship in primary health care. BMC Family Practice 2020 (21):42 doi:10.1186/s12875-020-01114-z
If you are are a learner who is interested in working on a research or quality improvement project, please reach out to us (see contact information below) with your ideas and/or interests. Past learners have included medical students/residents, pharmacy students/residents, nursing students, health sciences students, public health students, health administration students, HIM students, and more!
Phone us at 306-766-3520
Email our team at Antimicrobial.Stewardship@saskhealthauthority.ca
We are located at:
Regina General Hospital
4B32, 1440 14th Ave
Regina, SK, S4P 0W5