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Antimicrobial resistant infections are one of the most prevalent global health concerns of our time. It is paramount that action be taken to do all we can to reduce the burden that these “superbug” infections bring in the form of both serious illness and financial strain on healthcare systems. As healthcare professionals, the onus falls on us to educate the public on basic knowledge regarding bacterial/viral illness, as well as proper antibiotic utilization, so that we can all work in coercion with one another to combat this global health concern. The here-in project describes an educational piece with this goal in mind, and provides a projected financial advantage for a successful intervention.
Rutland Community Health Center
Antibiotics, antimicrobial resistance, public knowledge
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Daniels, Stephen D., "Improving patient knowledge of antimicrobial resistance and appropriate antibiotic use in a Rutland county acute care center" (2019). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 427.