Special Issue "Antimicrobial Stewardship in Secondary Care across Different Resource Settings"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2020).
Antimicrobial resistance remains a global threat, more so today than ever before. Efforts to tackle antimicrobial resistance need to be implemented across different healthcare settings, in different countries facing different limitations and staff resources. In this Special Issue of Antibiotics, we would like to invite research, insights, and views on how antibiotic stewardship interventions are being developed, implemented, and evaluated in different countries and healthcare organizations. This Issue is open to both qualitative and quantitative research from high-, middle-, and low-income settings.
Dr. Esmita Charani
Manuscript Submission Information
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- antibiotic stewardship
- behaviour change approaches
- implementation science
- health inequalities