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Paper: 2–3 pages
For the community plan intervention you selected for your Final Project (Antibiotic resistance in children 1-10), identify potential gatekeepers and provide a rationale for why you chose them. In the paper, explain the following:
• Who are the informal and formal gatekeepers in the community? Provide a rationale for your answer that includes how and why you identified these gatekeepers.
• What are the next steps for gaining buy-in from these gatekeepers, and why? Provide a rationale for your answer.
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Paper: 2–3 pages
For the community plan intervention you selected for your Final Project (Antibiotic resistance in children 1-10), identify potential gatekeepers and provide a rationale for why you chose them.