Abstract

Objective: To determine what changes could be made amongst physicians, medical students, and patients to increase antibiotic compliance and decrease resistance. Methods: A survey of primary care physicians in Kentucky was performed to determine physician knowledge and attitudes concerning antibiotic resistance. A cross analysis was performed comparing the antibiotic resistance curriculum of the three medical colleges in Kentucky, and a literature review investigating factors that contribute to noncompliance amongst patient’s in Kentucky

Semester/Year of Award

Spring 5-9-2016

Mentor

Oliver R. Oakley

Department/Professional Affiliation

Biological Sciences

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Degree Name

Honors Scholars

Department

Biological Sciences

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