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Antimicrobial Resistance, Politics, and Practice in India

Broom, Alex; Doron, Assa


India is considered the epicenter of the global antimicrobial resistance crisis, with unprecedented antimicrobial consumption, production, and �misuse.� But the story of resistance in India is complicated�emerging from intersections of industrial pharmaceutical development, rationing/purchasing of health care, policy infrastructure, and dynamics of disadvantage. What looks like rampant, escalating antimicrobial misuse and a need for tighter controls over drugs and �prescribers,� emerges as a...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2020
Type: Journal article
Source: Qualitative Health Research
DOI: /10.1177/1049732320919088


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