The AMR Centre will be joining this world-wide campaign promoted by the World Health Organization. For more information: http://www.who.int/campaigns/world-antibiotic-awareness-week/en/
Engaging Antimicrobial Resistance in Africa: Towards interdisciplinary approaches amongst the social sciences, humanities, and natural and medical sciences.
Tuesday, 8 November, 2016, 9.30 – 17.00, Blåsenhus, Room 12:004, Uppsala University Watch this event live from Uppsala on 8th November, including a talk from LSHTM’s Clare Chandler who will present on ‘Beyond Behaviour: Engaging social sciences in addressing AMR’. The morning session will be broadcast live at: https://connect.sunet.se/uu_engaging_amr/ This symposium and workshop is intended to elicit multiple disciplinary […]
Looking to strengthen and facilitate links between St George’s and LSHTM….. we at St George’s University of London Institute for Infection and Immunity would like to extend an invitation to staff at LSHTM to attend our flagship symposium – the Jenner Symposium. Date: Wednesday 2nd November 2016 from 12.30– 6 pm. Registration and lunch/refreshments/reception free of charge. Each year […]
Hosted by London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the Royal Veterinary College Date: Monday 3 October 2016 Time: 6:30 pm Venue: Royal Veterinary College, Camden Campus, 4 Royal College Street, London, NW1 0TU Type of event: Discussion Speaker(s): Professor Peter Piot and Professor Stuart Reid There will be a debate and discussion with an open question time followed by […]
AMR Centre Director, Clare Chandler, organised a ‘Constructing AMR’ workshop that took place on the 3rd August 2016. The workshop brought together leading social scientists to explore from different disciplinary perspectives how AMR is constructed, and what this means for how policy, science and practice are being made and remade. Topics included: the […]
Update: Lecture video now available Speaker: Dr Lisa Bebell When: 8th September 12.45-14.00 Where: Bennett Room Keppel Street Entry: Free and open to all Abstract Antibiotic resistance is a global crisis driven by appropriate and inappropriate antibiotic use. Resistance continues to spread in low-resource settings due to unreliable surveillance data, unfettered antibiotic access, minimal […]