Antimicrobial stewardship in human healthcare in Aotearoa New Zealand: urgent call for national leadership and co-ordinated efforts to preserve antimicrobial effectiveness

Sharon J. Gardiner, Eamon J. Duffy, Stephen T. Chambers, Mark G. Thomas, Michael Addidle, Brendan Arnold, Bruce Arroll, Michelle N.D. Balm, Carolina Batlle Perales, Sarah Berger, Emma Best, Bryan Betty, Mark Birch, Timothy K. Blackmore, Max Bloomfield, Simon Briggs, Olivia Bupha-Intr, Andrew Burns, Chloë Campbell, Paul K.L. ChinSimon C. Dalton, Nicola Davies, Nicholas M. Douglas, Tanya du Plessis, Juliet Elvy, Richard Everts, Jared Green, Kate Grimwade, Rupert Handy, Mariam G. Hardie, Emma Henderson, David J. Holland, Julia Howard, Ben Hudson, Paul Huggan, Heather Isenman, Mohammed Issa, Matthew J. Kelly, Cat Li, Anecita G. Lim, Joyce Lim, Michael Maze, Sarah C.L. Metcalf, Cate McCall, David Murdoch, Grant McRae, Mitzi Nisbet, Alan Pithie, Nigel Raymond, Kerry Read, Dalilah Restrepo, Stephen Ritchie, Ben Robertson, James E. Ussher, Lesley Voss, Tony Walls, Haur Sen Yew

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)113-128
Number of pages16
JournalNew Zealand Medical Journal
Volume134
Issue number1544
Publication statusPublished - 22 Oct 2021
Externally publishedYes

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