A nationwide parent survey of antibiotic use in Australian children

  26 February 2020

Reducing excessive use of antibiotics in children is necessary in the global strategy for preventing antimicrobial resistance. This study identified areas for public health interventions to educate parents and increase regulation of access to antibiotics.

Author(s): Rebecca Anderson, Anthea Rhodes, Noel Cranswick, Marnie Downes, Jonathan O’Hara, Mary-Anne Measey, Amanda Gwee
Effective Surveillance   Kids and Carers  
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