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Food poisoning and foreign travel - a study of population health burden and risk factors for antibiotic resistance
Project Code: B14001
The number of UK residents travelling abroad has risen dramatically in recent decades. The contribution of foreign travel to the total disease burden of food poisoning and the role of non-UK acquired infection in introducing antibiotic-resistant gastrointestinal organisms into the UK is unclear. This study aimed to assess the contribution of foreign travel to UK food poisoning and infectious intestinal disease (IID) in the UK and identify risk factors for antibiotic-resistant Campylobacter infection.
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