Antibiotic use and deprivation: an analysis of Welsh primary care antibiotic prescribing data by socioeconomic status

  27 May 2020

To examine the association between socioeconomic status (SES) and antibiotic prescribing, controlling for the presence of common chronic conditions and other potential confounders and variation amongst GP practices and clusters.

 

Antibiotic prescribing in primary care is increased in areas of greater SES deprivation and this is not explained by differences in the presence of common chronic conditions or smoking status. Substantial unexplained variation in prescribing supports the need for ongoing antimicrobial stewardship initiatives.

Author(s): Victor Adekanmbi, Hywel Jones, Daniel Farewell, Nick A Francis
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