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Understanding the role of wider stakeholders in AMR and AMS

Dr Raheelah Ahmad discusses the wider stakeholders in AMS, through reviewing four studies.

In this video, Dr Raheelah Ahmad, Health Management Program Lead at NIHR Imperial College London, discusses the role of wider stakeholders in AMR and AMS.

Dr Ahmad works with the Health Protection Research Unit; the website contains further detail on the research topics explored.

The video looks at four studies which address the following question:

“How can we capture the influence of the wider environment and stakeholders when addressing AMR and implementation of antimicrobial stewardship?”

Dr Ahmad discusses the methods (focus group discussions, interviews, documentary analysis, and observation) and the take-home messages for each of the studies.

Resources mentioned in the video are available under see also. These may be useful when planning antimicrobial stewardship programs.

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