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- Antibiotic Prescribing in Long-Term Care Facilities: A Meta-synthesis of Qualitative Research
- Search Strategy
- Study Inclusion Criteria
- Quality Appraisal
- Study Selection Process
- Study Characteristics
- The Long-Term Care Facility Context
- Social Factors Influencing Prescribing
- Antimicrobial Resistance
- Knowledge and Prescribing Practices
- Antimicrobial Stewardship and Changing Practices
- Analytical Theme
- Comparison with Other Research
- Strengths and Limitations