Miranda So


Miranda So, PharmD, MPH, is the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program Lead-University Health Network, of the SH-UHN ASP. She is a Clinician-Investigator with the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute, an Assistant Professor (Status-Only) at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto, and a Lecturer (Clinical), Division of Infectious Diseases, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia

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by Miranda So Jennifer Curran Shahid Husain Mark McIntyre Andrew Morris Jenna Sauve Shreeya Thakrar Bohang Zhao

Turning back the tide: The challenge of antimicrobial resistance and its impact on our health

As antimicrobial stewardship clinicians, we implement system-level interventions and engage with prescribers to promote behaviour change in antimicrobial use. It's not too late to turn back the tide on antimicrobial resistance, but we must start now.

by Miranda So Jenny Curran Shahid Husain Qian Li Mark McIntyre

Antimicrobial resistance: ‘Slow-moving tsunami’ now coming fast and furious

Antimicrobial resistance long has been described as a “slow-moving tsunami,” suggesting its only likely to occur in some far-distant future. It may seem that we do not need to take immediate action because there is still time … but is there?

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