OBJECTIVES: Behaviour of members of the public contributes to bacterial resistance. For behavioural change to occur, individuals need to perceive the issue as important to them and feel able to make a valuable contribution. Public campaigns have, so far, not been informed by detailed understanding of public attitudes to the problem. We therefore set out to explore the attitudes of members of the public to bacterial resistance. METHODS: A qualitative grounded theory interview study was undert...Expand abstract
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Public attitudes towards bacterial resistance: a qualitative study.
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