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Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsHello again, and welcome to week two. So in week one, we learned what a PPS is and how to collect data for it. We're now going to go on to look at how to analyse your data, how to share the results with other people, and how that can help you to improve antibiotic prescribing in your own setting.

Welcome to Week 2

You should now understand what a PPS is and how to undertake one. You may have even started one in your location.

In this video Dr Jacqueline Sneddon welcomes you to Week 2 and outlines the content for this week.

Have you tried to collect any data in your hospital since week 1? If so, please share your experiences in the comments. Discuss the challenges you faced and help other learners find solutions to these.

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