The Polish Pharmacy Practice Research Network


Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a significant problem worldwide. Particularly in low-and middle-income countries (LMICs), antimicrobial resistance is a serious problem associated with few antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) programs. To achieve this goal, antimicrobial stewardship knowledge and practice must be ensured among healthcare providers. The aim of the project is to assess the knowledge and awareness of antibiotic resistance among healthcare workers. The survey consists of several general questions, part for the doctors, part for the pharmacists and part for the nurse/midwifes. Issues raised in the survey include medical personnel’s knowledge of the problem of antibiotic resistance, the factors that may cause it, and knowledge of the strategies needed to deal with this global problem. The material collected from the surveys you completed will be used to develop a broader review on the above-mentioned topic, which may be important in developing a strategy to limit the development of mass antibiotic resistance, and thus the increase in the risk of mortality in patients in Poland. The project with partnership with The Polish Trade Union of Pharmacy Workers (

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