Impact of national interventions to promote responsible antibiotic use: a systematic review

  07 September 2019

National-level interventions to reduce inappropriate access to antibiotics can be effective. However, evidence is limited to high- and upper-middle-income countries, and more evidence is needed on the long-term sustained impact of interventions. There should also be a simultaneous push towards standardized outcome measures to enable comparisons of interventions in different settings.

Author(s): Jane Mingjie Lim, Shweta Rajkumar Singh, Minh Cam Duong, Helena Legido-Quigley, Li Yang Hsu, Clarence C Tam
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