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Review of behaviours during the MDT meeting in the scenario

The video clip sets the scene for whose behaviour needs to change in this step.

There is a very strong evidence base for successful behaviour change techniques.

Changing practitioners’ behaviour is key to successful antimicrobial stewardship but in the complexity of clinical care there are many factors involved.

You will have an opportunity to listen to an introduction to the evidence by Professor Paul Batalden, an internationally recognised expert on the science of improvement, but before listening to Professor Batalden we would like to you consider whose behaviour needs to change.

Watch this clip of the outbreak meeting and take notes on:

  • whose behaviour needs to change to improve antimicrobial prescribing in this scenario?
  • what might the barriers be to changing their behaviour?

Professor Davey will discuss this in the next step.

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