Ep 21. Ursula Theuretzbacher, an independent AMR scientist. The new AMR Action Fund. Renaming Antimicrobial Resistance.
Welcome back to The AMR Studio after the summer vacation! ☀️ Today we bring you a long-waited interview with CEFAIA's founder & AMR scientist Dr. Ursula Theuretzbacher. Learn about her career, current interests and work through our conversation, very enlightening! In the news section we cover the current launching of a big international collaborative & non-profit project, The AMR Action Fund, and a recent publication going in depth about the pitfalls of the term "antimicrobial resistance" in the light of psycholinguistics. We are excited to be back and hope you throughly enjoy this episode. See you back next month.
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- Nomen est omen: why we need to rename ‘antimicrobial resistance’. Article covered in the news.
- What Makes for a Successful Name? News coverage on Psycology today of the articles presented in the news.
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