ePrescribing-based Antimicrobial Stewardship
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Relevant Outputs from the Programme Team Members

A list of relevant publications from the Programme team members



  • Jenkins A, Pontefract S, Cresswell K, Williams R, Sheikh A, Coleman J. Antimicrobial stewardship using electronic prescribing systems in hospital settings: scoping review of interventions and outcome measures. JAC – Antimicrobial Resistance. 2022; doi:10.1093/jacamr/dlac063


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  • Nicole E Trotter, Sarah P Slight, Radin Karimi, David W Bates, Aziz Sheikh, Christopher Weir, Clare L Tolley. A systematic review to investigate the effect of digital antimicrobial stewardship programmes on antimicrobial usage, length of stay, mortality and cost in hospital adult inpatients. Paper in preparation
  • Cresswell K, Hinder S, Sheikh A, Pontefract S, Watson N, Price D, Heed A, Coleman J, Ennis H, Beggs J, Chuter A, Williams R. ePrescribing-based antimicrobial stewardship practices in an English National Health service hospital: a qualitative interview study. Submitted to JMIR
  • Weir C, Adamestam I, Sharp R, Ennis H, Heed A, Williams R, Cresswell K, Dogar O, Pontefract S, Coleman J, Lilford R, Watson N, Slee A, Chuter A, Beggs J, Slight S, Mason J. A complex ePrescribing-based Antimicrobial Stewardship (ePAMS+) intervention for hospitals: protocol for a feasibility trial. Submitted to Pilot and Feasibility Studies

  • Authors TBC. Antimicrobial stewardship using Electronic Prescribing in the hospital setting: an analysis of interventions and outcome measures. Paper in preparation