Pharmacists leading the way with stewardship tool

A group of WA health stakeholders are set to evaluate an antimicrobial stewardship decision support tool The tool, Antimicrobial Pathways (AMPs), will be evaluated by a collaboration between the Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre (DHCRC), WA Country Health Service (WACHS), University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and health technology company Kraken Coding. Following a pilot study

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