Journal Club #1: When to Test and When to Treat…A Deep Dive on Asymptomatic Bacteriuria

Thursday, April 12, 2018
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Via Webinar 

Program Description:
Participants will listen to a review of the current literature on testing/treating asymptomatic bacteriuria and then have an opportunity to discuss challenging clinical scenarios and strategies for improvement.

Learning Objectives: 

1. Identify three clinical scenarios where the best available evidence states that it is ok to screen for asymptomatic bacteriuria.
2. Name three patient populations in which asymptmatic bacteriuria is a common finding.
3. Name three myths regarding the correct diagnosis of a true urinary tract infection.

Target Audience: 
Physicians and mid-level providers in any specialty, but specifically those in diagnostic specialties including primary care, internal medicine, pediatrics, critical care and emergency medicine. Quality professionals would also find this content useful.