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Jason Doctor, PhD, and colleagues conducted a study to determine if behavioral interventions could help curb inappropriate antibiotic prescribing behaviors among primary care clinicians.

These socially motivated interventions reduced prescribing rates by 12% more than simply educating providers on correct antibiotic prescription practices.
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