Ep 14. Catherine Will & messaging on AMR. Reframing Resistance. Reports update.
Welcome back to our regular episodes! Join us and Catherine Will, from the University of Sussex, in a conversation about how people understand the messages about AMR and how the different mobilizations, stewardship measures, and campaigns around antimicrobial resistance attend to questions of inequality and social injustice. In our news section, we summarize the recent published work by the Wellcome Trust on reframing and communication of resistance, and do a run-through of the latest release of general reports.
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- Dr. Will page.
- Dr. Will twitter feed.
- The problem and the productivity of ignorance: Public health campaigns on antibiotic stewardship. Research article by Dr. Will on the topic mentioned during the interview.
- Reframing Resistance. Page with all the documents and info about the latest work on AMR communication by the Wellcome Trust.
- Antimicrobial consumption - Annual Epidemiological Report for 2018. European antimicrobial consumption report.
- Surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in Europe 2018. Annual surveillance report.
- Survey of healthcare workers’ knowledge, attitudes and behaviours on antibiotics, antibiotic use and antibiotic resistance in the EU/EEA.
- CDC’s Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States, 2019 (2019 AR Threats Report).
- When Antibiotics Fail - The Expert Panel on the Potential Socio-Economic Impacts of Antimicrobial Resistance in Canada, The Council of Canadian Academies (CCA).
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