Greetings,

Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control (ARIC) is an affiliated journal of ICPIC, and we are writing to give you an update on the journal’s year so far.

Infection control has been on everyone’s minds this year, and there has been a lot of research to read through. ARIC is devoted to overcoming the global spread of antimicrobial resistance and healthcare-associated infections, and provides a platform for cutting-edge preeminent practices and best available data to those working in infection prevention and control.

Journal News

ICPIC has had a close relationship with ARIC since the journal was first founded five years ago, however we are delighted to announce that with the formalisation of our association,


Featured Articles

We’re proud of what we publish at the journal, and we’d like to highlight just some of the articles that we have published over the past few months:

What is the efficacy of surgical masks in preventing SARS-CoV-2 transmission, and what else needs to be done to protect healthcare workers?

 

How do we identify knowledge gaps in IPC knowledge, and how to we address this critical research needs? Lacotte et al. formulate research priorities to address these needs.

 

What is the status of antimicrobial use, resistance and surveillance systems in food animals and the environment across Africa?

 

Why not submit your next paper to ARIC?

Do you like the articles that you’ve seen? Have you considered submitting your next paper to ARIC? You can read the submission guidelines here, and please do reach out to the Publishing Editor or Editor in Chief if you have any pre-submission enquiries – they’re always more than happy to assist!

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For more infection control and antimicrobial resistance news, please follow Springer Nature’s  official Infection Control & Antimicrobial Resistance Twitter account.

 

Best wishes,

Laurence  Kendall-Cheeseman

Senior Journal Development Editor,

Medicine & Life Science Journals