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Feedback of measurement information

In this video Dr Sneddon and Mr Malcolm end the week by talking about the importance of feeding back measurement information

This week we have considered how to collect both quantitative and qualitative information about antibiotic prescribing and how it may be fed back to various healthcare professionals – the purpose of feeding back data is to elicit a change in behaviour.

The ‘human factors’ element of behaviour change relating to antimicrobial stewardship will be studied further in Week 5.

All of the resources for this week have been logged on the BSAC resource platform ARC. These can be accessed here: ARC. For resources for this week search using MOOCWEEKTHREE or MOOCWEEK3.

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Antimicrobial Stewardship: Managing Antibiotic Resistance

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