A decade of antimicrobial resistance research in social science fields: a scientometric review

  05 November 2020

Though social sciences are expectedly instrumental in combating antimicrobial resistance (AMR), their research on AMR has been historically lacking.

Social science research on AMR is a new, while rapidly developing, research area that requires continued and intense global efforts from an interdisciplinary and one health approach. Research on social issues surrounding AMR transmissions between human, animal, and environments should be emphasized in the future.

 

Author(s): Jiahui Lu, Anita Sheldenkar & May Oo Lwin
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