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Infection and Drug Resistance
Aims and Scope
Infection and Drug Resistance is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal that focuses on the optimal treatment of infection (bacterial, fungal and viral) and the development and institution of preventative strategies to minimize the development and spread of resistance.
The journal is specifically concerned with the epidemiology of antibiotic resistance and the mechanisms of resistance development and diffusion in both hospitals and the community. In particular, research and clinical development of novel mechanism of action anti-infectives and the optimal use of existing therapies will be highlighted. Other areas of coverage include diagnostic and early detection of infection, proteomic and genomic studies to characterize surface proteins in resistant organisms, and educational and infection control strategies. With increased mortality, morbidity and healthcare costs associated with developing resistance, research, clinical studies and programs designed to improve outcomes and patient adherence and satisfaction will be given priority.
The journal is characterized by the rapid reporting of reviews, guidelines, original research and clinical studies in all areas of infection and drug resistance.
As of 1st April 2019, Infection and Drug Resistance will no longer consider meta-analyses for publication.