This virtual public meeting was dedicated to presentations from two new working groups of the PACCARB, one on Inter-Professional Education and another on Antibiotic Access and Use, which were formed in response to a task letter from the Assistant Secretary for Health. The two-day virtual public meeting also included an update on the impact of COVID-19 on antimicrobial resistance. Agenda Agenda Webcast Information Archived Webcast Meeting Documents Meeting Summary Notice Federal Register Notice Presentations Impact of COVID-19 on Antibiotic Use and Resistance – An Update*Arjun Srinivasan, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) PANEL 1: Modalities of Care Antimicrobial Stewardship at MinuteClinic*Anne Pohnert, CVS Minute Clinic Antibiotic Stewardship in a Total Virtual CareTM Model*Kristin Dean, Doctor on Demand Connected Care for Food Production Animals*Gilbert Patterson, VetNOW PANEL 2: Populations and Disparities Variability in Antibiotic Prescribing: Targets for Improving Antibiotic Use*Lauri Hicks, CDC Antibiotic Use through a Health Equity Lens*Jeffrey Hall, CDC Racial Disparities in Antibiotic Prescribing for Children*Jeffrey Gerber, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Disparities in Prescribing Based on Provider Density and Socio-Economic Status*Eili Klein, Johns Hopkins University PANEL 3: Crops Regulating Antibiotic Use on Crops*Susan Jennings, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Innovations and Tracking Use of Antibiotics in Tree Crops*Kerik Cox, Cornell University Strategies for Reducing Antibiotic Use in Tree Crops*George Sundin, Michigan State University Antifungal Resistance in Humans and the Environment*Melanie Ivey, The Ohio State University PANEL 4: Interprofessional Education (IPE) and One Health Introduction and Framing of IPE*Patricia Cuff, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Core Competencies in One Health Education*Jonna Mazet, University of California, Davis Interprofessional Learning, Experience and Practice*Catherine Demko, Case Western Reserve University Exemplar IPE Program: The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth*David Farmer, The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth PANEL 5: Individual Drivers of Change Sustaining Interprofessional Education into Practice*Maria Wamsley, University of California San Francisco Enacting Change Through Cooperative Extension*Roger Rennekamp, Cooperative Extension System Patients as Educators: The New Partner in IPE*Sue Sheridan, Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine PANEL 6: Institutional Drivers of Change The Role of IPE in Veterinary Education about AMR*Trevor Ames, University of Minnesota International Harmonization of Accreditation Standards*Karen Martens Brandt, American Veterinary Medical Association Institutional Drivers of Change: Opportunity and Evolution in CE*Graham McMahon, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Mechanisms for Furthering IPE and the Role of GovernmentDonald M. Berwick, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (no slides used) *This content is in the process of Section 508 remediation. If you need immediate assistance accessing this content, please submit a request to CARB@hhs.gov. Content will be updated upon completion of the Section 508 remediation.