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"AWARE (Alliance Working for Antibiotic Resistance Education)"

Written by: California Medical Assocation Foundation

Coverage: Public Information

Summary: A website developed by the California Medical Assocation Foundation providing news, information for health professionals and consumers. The aim of AWARE is to reduce inappropriate use of antibiotics and inhibit the spread of antibiotic resistance.

Published by: California Medical Association Foundation

Level of Evidence: Unspecified

Date of Publication:
Date of Posting: 14/01/2003
Date of next Review: 07/07/2006

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Format: HTML, PDF

Publication Type: Directory

Related Questions on this site:
What is antimicrobial resistance?
How do bacteria become resistant to antibiotics?
Do people become resistant to antibiotics?
Why is antimicrobial resistance a health problem?
Is antimicrobial resistance only a problem in the UK?
How will my doctor treat my infection if one antibiotic doesn't work?
How can I help and when should I take antibiotics?

MeSH keywords: Drug Resistance, Bacterial; Drug Resistance, Microbial; Drug Resistance, Fungal; Drug Resistance, Viral

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