Improving antibiotic prescribing is an urgent priority - how low can we go?
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"Improving antibiotic prescribing is an urgent priority - how low can we go?"


Written by: Eleanor M. Woodford


Coverage: Other


Summary: Details of a meeting organised by the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, the Specialist Advisory Committee on Antimicrobial Resistance and the Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics.


Published by: Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain


Level of Evidence: Unspecified


Date of Publication: 11/12/2004
Date of Posting: 16/12/2004
Date of next Review: 17/01/2007


Available at: http://www.pharmj.com/pdf/forum/pj_20041211_sacar.pdf


Source: The Pharmaceutical Journal


Format: PDF


Publication Type: Review


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