Seminar | The Challenges of Estimating the Burden of AMR

Summary Antimicrobial resistance is widely recognised to be a major threat to global health, but the current burden of disease is difficult to quantify. Estimation of mortality from AMR is needed at national and global levels to inform healthcare providers and policy makers, who need an evidence base for prioritisation of interventions. Underlying challenges to […]

Fresh perspectives: Social Research on Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR)

Summary This event will bring together researchers who are attending to ‘the social’ in AMR, including anthropologists, sociologists, historians, geographers, artists, philosophers and other related scholars. While many are engaged in productive interdisciplinary work within their every day research, this symposium presents an opportunity for concentration on disciplinary work within the social sciences and humanities. […]

LSHTM Week | The potential and practicalities of multi-disciplinary research: The FIEBRE study for fever case management

The symposium will cover the diverse facets of a large multidisciplinary study in sub-Saharan and South East Asia, including: anthropology, paediatric and adult clinical care, antimicrobial resistance, standard and novel diagnostics, approaches to database management, project management and statistical issues   Details Date: Monday, 17 September Time: 14.00 – 16.30 Venue: Manson Lecture Theatre, Keppel Street

Pre-meeting for Mass Drug Administration and Antimicrobial Resistance Symposium

In advance of our planned symposium on MDA and AMR in February 2019, we are inviting anyone interested in discussing how we can shape up this symposium to a one hour meeting during LSHTM Week on 18 Sep, 11-12pm at LG80, Keppel Street. If you’re unable to join in person we can link you remotely, or […]

Upcoming seminars

2 October 2018, 12:45 – 14:00 Antibiotic use for pets in the UK | PhD updgrade Room TBC   6 November 2018, 12:45 – 14:00 Title TBC | David Weber, UNC School of Medicine Room TBC