Antimicrobial Resistance and the Social Sciences: A Narrative Review

Publication Summary

The purpose of this narrative review is to explore how social sciences research may contribute to our understanding of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and antibiotic prescribing in human health and inform mitigation strategies. This review describes the extant social sciences literature, identifies emerging themes and proposes areas for further investigation. The review identifies over 80 examples of social sciences research related to AMR