About the Project
This research project will examine prevalence of infection and antibiotic use in people receiving palliative care in community, hospice or hospital palliative care settings. The current practices, policies and rationale for, and appropriateness of, antibiotic therapy and the factors which influence prescribers’ decisions, will be examined. Research methods utilised will include quantitative methods of data collection such as questionnaires and review of medication records and prescribing data, and qualitative methods such as interviews and focus groups.
subject. Relevant subjects include Pharmacy, Molecular Biology, Pharmaceutical
Sciences, Biochemistry, Biological/Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Engineering, or a
closely related discipline. Students who have a 2.2 honours degree and a Master’s
degree may also be considered, but the School reserves the right to shortlist for
interview only those applicants who have demonstrated high academic attainment
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