The second-hand effects of antibiotics: communicating the public health risks of drug resistance

  25 November 2019

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) poses a threat to modern medicine, but there are challenges in communicating its urgency and scope and potential solutions to this growing problem. It is recognized that AMR has a ‘language problem’ and the way in which healthcare professionals communicate about AMR may not always resonate with patients. Many patients are unaware that antibiotics can have detrimental effects to those beyond the recipient, due to transmission of drug-resistant organisms.

 

Author(s): B J Langford, N Daneman, V Leung, J H C Wu, K Brown, K L Schwartz, G Garber
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