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Low hanging fruit

There are many potential strategies, interventions and/or tools that can be used to drive stewardship improvement, but they need to be tailored to your local context and antibiotic stewardship issues.

Read the article in the link below regarding “low-hanging fruit” strategies, which explains what these are and what their value is.

Would you consider implementing any of these in your own health care setting? Did anything surprise you? Please let us know in the comments section below


In the next few steps, we will cover some examples of how stewardship practices can be and have been, implemented in different departments within the hospital setting.

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