The course will cover the topics related to antimicrobial resistance with basic definitions and overview on antimicrobials their use and the emergence and spread of resistance. The course will guide you through the concepts and the importance of resistance spread and dissemination and how that happens. It will show you how bacteria become resistant and which mechanisms they might use for this. And as part of the course you will also receive some training in methods for antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) and detection of specific resistance in the microbiological laboratories with the basic methods available and with focus on the obtention of good quality results which can be interpreted and used for different purposes.
Antimicrobial resistance - theory and methods
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It was really a good lectures and please I want to know about my certificate in have already purchased this course and submitted all\n\nThe documents let me know when will I get my certificate .
This i very good course. i recommended to all microbiology and molecular biology students. All three teachers are very good. specially last week lecture about molecular detection of MRSA. CRE.
Very good course, I particularly liked Lina's interventions. It was very well balanced, giving general definitions but also getting into enough details. Kudos to the DTU team !
It was a very helpful and useful course , I enjoyed it very much , but I hope to be more questions during video as in sometimes get boring and too much information, Thanks.
I'm very interested while taking this course as it's very related to my recent study.\n\nThe material and syllabus are very easy to understand.\n\nThank you very much
Great Course!! Some lectures were repetitive. So I'd like to suggest the course advisors to cut down on those lectures. Overall it was a great learning experience!!
It was really a nice course, and it would help me from recollecting the past experience.\n\nMy sincere thanks to the Madams, who delivered their valuable speech.
Great course! Really helpful if you have anything to do with testing antimicrobial resistance in the lab or if you just want to learn more about the topic.
it is really a good course for a microbiology student, i learned lots of things.\n\nplease add more practical evidences and discussions, if possible.
One of the fine course for developing basics as well as advanced level of antimicrobial resistance.Very co-operative,easy instructions to understand.
The last two weeks are a bit DENSE. Especially Week 4. Bring your Brain power. But a course worth learning from for relevant skills to use in lab.
Thanks for the great insight in the subject of antimicrobial resistance. It's one of the best course I have ever taken. Excellent lecturing.
Great set of teachers. This course has really helped me in clearing my concepts on Antimicrobial resistance- mechanisms and testing methods.
Hi thanks for the excelent course. I received 2 weeks ago an email requesting my dates for the certification but I havent received it yet
I really enjoyed the course, being a complete novice i found it challenging to understand some of the technical terms but learnt alot.
It was great learning experience for me. Great course beautifully designed and well explained by the tutors. thank you coursera
dr lina cavaco is awesome her illustrants and data show helps me greatly in understanding the subject , thanks dr cavaco
coursera and DTU course one of the best thing happen to my professional life\n\nthank you all for this wonderful work
Nice introduction course but with substantial amount of useful materials and knowledge! Excellent presentations!
If you are beginner in microbiology world or if you want to brush on some basics, this is a course for you.
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