September 2019

Volume 36, Issue 3

Exploring the feasibility of using routinely collected data to produce antibiotic prescribing profiles for general dental practitioners in Wales

Authors: A.L. Cope R. Roper I.G. Chestnutt A.J. Karki
doi: 10.1922/CDH_4211Cope04

Abstract

This article describes a project that assessed whether routinely collected antibiotic prescribing and NHS dental treatment data could be linked to produce personalised prescribing profiles for general dental practitioners working in Wales, UK. Dental public health competencies required for this work included: • Multi-agency working to develop a sustainable system of monitoring antibiotic prescribing in primary dental care in Wales • Dental public health intelligence • Development of dental service quality indicators. Key words: antibacterial agents; general practice, dental; primary healthcare; prescriptions

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