You are warmly invited to this WSPID Journal Club session! The purpose of the Journal Club is to present a critique of an article in order to better understand how to frame effective clinical questions, understand databases, perform searches, as well as review the basics of study designs, relevant statistics and the concepts of ethics and justice. This initiative is co-led by Young WSPID and volunteers from the regional pediatric infectious diseases societies.
Presenter: Dr. Mario Alejandro Bustos Paz (Colombia)
Co-Presenter/mentor: Dr. Eduardo Lopez Medina (Colombia)
Article: Early Transition to Oral Antimicrobial Therapy Among Children With Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia and Acute Hematogenous Osteomyelitis
Link to article (also included in the registration confirmation email): https://journals.lww.com/pidj/Abstract/2022/09000/Early_Transition_to_Oral_Antimicrobial_Therapy.3.aspx
The WSPID Journal Club sessions are highly interactive. We welcome your inputs during the session and encourage you to read the article in advance to get the most out of the session.
Welcome and introductions - 10 minutes
Critique of article by Dr. Mario Alejandro Bustos Paz - 20 minutes
Discussion with the audience & faculty - 20 minutes
Closing remarks - 10 minutes
We will be offering a certificate of attendance for joining the live session. You will be able to claim a certificate after filling in the post-session evaluation form at the end of the session. A link to the survey will also be sent to all live attendees after the session.
The recording of this session together with the article will be made available on the WSPID Global E-Learning Portal after the session. Create a free account on the Portal today to access this and all future WSPID Journal Club sessions. Register at edu.wspid.org.
We look forward to seeing you at the session!