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publication  221260 Image Title Brochure - Six Simple and Smart Facts about Antibiotic Use (Parents, English)
Pub ID 221260
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Parents of young children. This tri-fold brochure briefly explains six simple and smart facts about antibiotic use and when antibiotics can help treat your child’s illness.
Language English
Material Type Brochure
    Limit: 10
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publication  999483 Image Title Brochure - Snort, Sniffle, Sneeze: No Antbiotics Please (Parents, English)
Pub ID 999483
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Parents of young children. This tri-fold brochure briefly explains the difference between bacteria and viruses, what antibiotics are, and how bacteria become resistant. It also answers commonly asked questions about when a child does or does not need an antibiotic.
Language English
Material Type Brochure
    Limit: 10
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publication  999484 Image Title Brochure - Sometimes, the Remedy is Worse than the Disease (Hispanics, Spanish)
Pub ID 999484
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Spanish speakers ages 18-49 years. This tri-fold brochure briefly explains the difference between bacteria and viruses, what antibiotics are, and how bacteria become resistant. It also answers commonly asked questions about when a child does or does not need an antibiotic.
Language Spanish
Material Type Brochure
    Limit: 10
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publication  999482 Image Title Brochure: Cold or Flu: Antibiotics Don't Work for You (Adults, English)
Pub ID 999482
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Adults ages 18-49 years. This tri-fold brochure briefly explains the difference between bacteria and viruses and how bacteria become resistant. It also answers some common questions about when it is and is not appropriate to use an antibiotic.
Language English
Material Type Brochure
    Limit: 10
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publication  999485 Image Title Letter - Allow to Return to Day Care Letter (Child Care Providers, English)
Pub ID 999485
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Child care providers to use with parents of young children. When a child has been ill, many day cares will not allow a child to return without an antibiotic treatment. However, not all infections can or should be treated with an antibiotic. This letter explains that the child has a viral illness and will not be receiving antibiotics and should be allowed to return to day care once his or her fever is gone. Healthcare providers should fill out and sign this letter for parents
Language English
Material Type Fact Sheet
    Limit: 10
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publication  999487 Image Title Pad - Antibiotic Prescription Adherence Pad (Pharmacists, Patients, English, 4x6, 50 sheets/pad)
Pub ID 999487
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Adults ages 18-49 years. This tool (50 sheets/pad) is intended for use in pharmacies, clinics, and other healthcare facilities where antibiotic prescriptions are filled. It is intended to promote adherence to antibiotic therapy by citing ways that consumers can use antibiotics appropriately. It also raises awareness about why appropriate antibiotic use is important.
Language English
Material Type Other
    Limit: 10
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publication  999486 Image Title Pad - Viral/Symptomatic Prescription Pad (Clinicians, Patients, English, 4x6, 50 sheets/pad)
Pub ID 999486
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Parents of young children and adult consumers ages 18-49 years. This tool (50 sheets/pad) is designed for providers to use with patients. This 4-color 4"x6" prescription pad is actually a checklist for physicians to describe symptomatic relief for viral illness diagnosis.
Language English
Material Type Other
    Limit: 10
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publication  221259 Image Title Poster - Antibiotics Aren't Always the Answer (Parents, English, 17x22)
Pub ID 221259
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Parents of young children. This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections in children. It briefly explains six simple and smart facts about antibiotic use and when antibiotics can help treat a child’s illness.
Language English
Material Type Poster
    Limit: 1
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publication  999489 Image Title Poster - Self-medicating with Antibiotics Can Be Harmful to Your Health (Hispanics, Spanish, 11x22)
Pub ID 999489
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Spanish speakers ages 18-49 years. This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections. It explains that antibiotics are not the best answer.
Language Spanish
Material Type Poster
    Limit: 1
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publication  999490 Image Title Poster - Snort, Sniffle, Sneeze: No Antibiotics Please (African American, Parents, English, 17x22)
Pub ID 999490
Program Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work
Description Target Audience: Parents of young children and adult consumers ages 18-49 years. This full color 17"x22" poster is planned for use in doctor's offices, clinics, other healthcare facilities, and media outlets. It is intended to raise awareness about appropriate antibiotic use for upper respiratory infections in children. It explains that antibiotics are not the best answer for a cold or flu.
Language English
Material Type Poster
    Limit: 1
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