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2020

Kurdi, Amanj and Hasan, Awat J. and Baker, Kirmanj I. and Seaton, R. Andrew and Ramzi, Zhian S. and Sneddon, Jacqueline and Godman, Brian (2020) A multicentre point prevalence survey of hospital antibiotic prescribing and quality indices in the Kurdistan Regional Government of Northern Iraq : the need for urgent action. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy. ISSN 1744-8336 (In Press)

Babatola, Adefunke O and Fadare, Joseph O and Olatunya, Oladele S and Obiako, Reginald and Enwere, Okezie and Kalungia, Aubrey and Ojo, Temitope O and Sunmonu, Taofeek A and Desalu, Olufemi and Godman, Brian (2020) Addressing antimicrobial resistance in Nigerian hospitals : exploring physicians prescribing behaviour, knowledge and perception of antimicrobial resistance and stewardship programs. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy. ISSN 1744-8336

Saleem, Zikria and Hassali, Mohamed Azmi and Godman, Brian and Versporten, Ann and Hashmi, Furqan Khurshid and Saeed, Hamid and Saleem, Fahad and Salman, Muhammad and Ur Rehman, Inayat and Khan, Tahir Mehmood (2020) Point prevalence surveys of antimicrobial use : a systematic review and the implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 18 (9). pp. 897-910. ISSN 1744-8336

Kesenogile, Boikobo and Godman, Brian and Rwegerera, Godfrey Mutashambara (2020) Alanine transaminase and hemoglobin appear to predict the occurrence of antituberculosis medication hepatotoxicity; findings and implications in Botswana. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy. ISSN 1744-8336

2019

Alrasheedy, Alian A. and Alsalloum, Muath A. and Almuqbil, Feras A. and Almuzaini, Muaath A. and Alkhayl, Bandar S. Aba and Albishri, Ahmed S. and Alharbi, Faisal F. and Alharbi, Saleh R. and Alodhayb, Abdullah K. and Alfadl, Abubakr A. and Godman, Brian and Hill, Ruaraidh and Anaam, Mohammed S. (2019) The impact of law enforcement on dispensing antibiotics without prescription : a multi-methods study from Saudi Arabia. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 18 (1). pp. 87-97. ISSN 1744-8336

Ali, Monadil H and Alrasheedy, Alian A and Kibuule, Dan and Godman, Brian and Hassali, Mohamed Azmi and Ali, Hamdan Mustafa Hamdan (2019) Assessment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) treatment outcomes in Sudan; findings and implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 17 (11). pp. 927-937. ISSN 1744-8336

Tiroyakgosi, Celda and Matome, Matshediso and Kgatlwane, Joyce and Paramadhas, Bene D Anand and Malone, Brighid and Mpinda-Joseph, Pinkie and Rwegerera, Godfrey Mutashambara and Maika, Keamogetse and Mashalla, Yohana and Godman, Brian and Massele, Amos (2019) Antimicrobial utilization research and activities in Botswana, the past, present and the future. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 17 (10). pp. 759-762. ISSN 1744-8336

Saleem, Zikria and Hassali, Mohamed Azmi Ahmad and Versporten, Ann and Godman, Brian and Hashmi, Furqan Khurshid and Goossens, Herman and Saleem, Fahad (2019) A multicenter point prevalence survey of antibiotic use in Punjab, Pakistan : findings and implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 17 (4). pp. 285-293. ISSN 1744-8336

2018

Tiroyakgosi, Celda and Matome, Matshediso and Summers, Emily and Mashalla, Yohana and Paramadhas, Bene Anand and Souda, Sajini and Malone, Brighid and Sinkala, Fatima and Kgatlwane, Joyce and Godman, Brian and Mmopi, Keneilwe and Massele, Amos (2018) Ongoing initiatives to improve the use of antibiotics in Botswana : University of Botswana symposium meeting report. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 16 (5). pp. 381-384. ISSN 1744-8336

2017

Abilova, Vafa and Kurdi, Amanj and Godman, Brian (2017) Ongoing initiatives in Azerbaijan to improve the use of antibiotics; findings and implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 16 (1). pp. 77-84. ISSN 1744-8336

Matsitse, Tammy B. and Helberg, Elvera and Meyer, Johanna C. and Godman, Brian and Massele, Amos and Schellack, Natalie (2017) Compliance to the primary health care treatment guidelines and the essential medicines list in the management of sexually transmitted infections in correctional centres in South Africa : findings and implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 15 (10). pp. 963-972. ISSN 1744-8336

Nakwatumbah, S and Kibuule, D and Godman, B and Haakuria, V and Kalemeera, F and Baker, A and Mwangana, M (2017) Compliance to guidelines for the prescribing of antibiotics in acute infections at Namibia’s national referral hospital : a pilot study and the implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 15 (7). pp. 713-721. ISSN 1744-8336

2016

Kibuule, Dan and Hariet Kagoya, Rachel and Godman, Brian (2016) Antibiotic use in acute respiratory infections in under-fives in Uganda : findings and implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy. pp. 1-27. ISSN 1744-8336

Kalemeera, Francis and Mbango, Christofina and Mubita, Mwangana and Naikaku, Esther and Gaida, Razia and Godman, Brian (2016) Effect of changing from first- to second- line antiretroviral therapy on renal function : a retrospective study based on data from a single health facility in Namibia. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy. ISSN 1744-8336 (In Press)

Gaida, Razia and Truter, Ilse and Grobler, Christoffel and Kotze, Theunis and Godman, Brian (2016) A review of trials investigating efavirenz-induced neuropsychiatric side effects and the implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 14 (4). pp. 377-388. ISSN 1744-8336

2015

Hassali, M.A. and Kamil, T.K.T. and Faridah, A.M.Y. and Alrasheedy, A.A. and Yussoff, Z.M. and Saleem, F. and AL-Tamimi, S.K. and Wong, Z.Y. and Aljadhey, H. and Godman, B. (2015) General practitioners’ knowledge, attitude and prescribing of antibiotics for upper respiratory tract infections in Selangor, Malaysia : findings and implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 13 (4). pp. 511-520. ISSN 1744-8336

Fürst, Jurij and Čižman, Milan and Mrak, Jana and Kos, Damjan and Campbell, Stephen and Coenen, Samuel and Gustafsson, Lars L and Fürst, Luka and Godman, Brian (2015) The influence of a sustained multifaceted approach to improve antibiotic prescribing in Slovenia during the past decade : findings and implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy, 13 (2). pp. 279-289. ISSN 1744-8336

Rabiatul Salmi, MR and Hassali, MA and Alrasheedy, AA and Saleem, F and Faridah Aryani, MY and Godman, B (2015) Physicians’ knowledge, perceptions, and behaviour towards antibiotic prescribing : a systematic review of the literature. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy. ISSN 1744-8336

Salmi Rezal, Rabiatul and Hassali, Mohamed Azmi and Alrasheedy, Alian A and Saleem, Fahad and Yusof, Faridah Aryani Md and Kamal, Mardhiyah and Mohd Din, Rosminah and Godman, Brian (2015) Prescribing patterns for upper respiratory tract infections : a prescription-review of primary care practice in Kedah, Malaysia and the implications. Expert Review of Anti-infective Therapy. ISSN 1744-8336

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