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Nice paper from the HATUA consortium

Just published in the Lancet Global Health: The role of multidimensional poverty in antibiotic misuse: a mixed-methods study of self-medication and non-adherence in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda ‘We should not assume that higher deprivation drives antibiotic misuse. Structural barriers such as inefficiencies in public health care, combined with time and financial constraints, fuel alternative antibiotic…

Seminar ‘Closing the Knowledge Gap on AMR’

Antimicrobial Resistance in Africa – Findings from the Mapping AMR & AMU Partnership (MAAP) Project Conversation Series on One Health The Mapping AMR & AMU Partnership (MAAP) project collected and reviewed AMR records from 205 laboratories across 14 African countries, providing a unique regional perspective on AMR burden and AMR surveillance capacities.Join our webinar to…

JPIAMR webinar: Social sciences as a cross-cutting theme in AMR research and innovation

Live webinar 7 September 2022, 10.00-12.00 CEST The development of resistance to antibiotics is a biological process, but the context that determines emergence and impact of resistance is underpinned by social aspects. Therefore, it is necessary to identify, understand and evaluate these social aspects to enable the prevention and control of AMR.Using the One Health…

AMR knowlegde symposium, South Africa, 23rd of Nov 2022

“Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance: How Implementation research is vital in One Health approach” – Symposium on 23rd November 2022, Cape Town, South Africa,  As part of The Global Health Network Conference, the AMR knowledge hub and community of practice is hosting a one-day symposium on November 23, 2022. With a focus on implementation and operational research, the…

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