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End of week 2 summary

We hope week 2 has given you practical insights into how some social science methods can be applied in research around antimicrobial stewardship. The focus has primarily been on research from the clinician’s perspective.

Next week, we will explore how implementation science provides a useful set of frameworks to maximise successful implementation of antimicrobial stewardship interventions that also considers the role of the wider stakeholders in AMR.

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