Jennifer Broom is an Infectious Diseases Physician at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, in QLD, Australia, and an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Queensland. She has a research programme in collaboration with the University of Sydney School of Social and Political Sciences which examines the social and behavioural factors that lead to antimicrobial overuse and misuse. This work has led to translational work in which social influences is used in antimicrobial stewardship interventions to optimise antimicrobial use in multiple Australian Hospitals. Jennifer is interested in the way cultures of medicine, and healthcare influence clinical decision-making.
The Social World Of Antimicrobials; How Do We Use It To Optimise Our Use?
Abstract coming soon ...