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First antibiotic stewardship probed in the Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society
Date:8/9/2012

he goals and logistics of the ASP to the hospital's affected clinicians.

The authors surveyed 365 clinicians; the 56% who responded had a positive view of the ASP. The overwhelming majority agreed that the ASP had improved the use (83%) of antibiotics, decreased their inappropriate use (84%), and improved the quality of patient care (82%). An ASP goal was to provide education to those affected by the program; 90% said it did and 66% agreed it led to practice changes. Of negative feelings, only 6% felt the ASP interfered with clinical decision-making and 5% thought the ASP's recommendations were threatening.


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