Outcomes Research & AMR:
A Human-Centered Perspective on a Biosocial Problem

In the third of a three-part series, CIDRAP-ASP provides a socioeconomic perspective on AMR outcomes and cost-effectiveness research, advocating for greater consideration of social sciences perspectives, regional diversity and heterogeneity, and systems-based thinking in addressing the societal impacts and costs of AMR. 

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