Episode 3: Anne Kveim Lie & antibiotic futures; antibiotic stewardship in humans and animals.
In this episode, we feature an interview with medical historian Dr. Anne Kveim Lie from the University of Oslo. In her interview and our discussion, you will learn about how looking at the past can help us understand our present better, and how past futures have influenced the history of antibiotics up to today. In our news section, we will be talking about antibiotic stewardship in both human and animal use.
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- Antimicrobials in Society: fresh approaches to the study of antimicrobials in society. Online resource that brings together research relevant to AMR from across different social science disciplines.
- Futures and Their Uses: Antibiotics and Therapeutic Revolutions. Book chapter by Dr. Scott Podolsky & Dr. Anne Kveim Lie.
- Consumption of oral antibiotic formulations for young children according to the WHO Access, Watch, Reserve (AWaRe) antibiotic groups: an analysis of sales data from 70 middle-income and high-income countries. Original article published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases journal.
- Global review finds consumption of children’s antibiotics varies widely with little correlation between countries’ wealth and types of antibiotics prescribed. Press relase piece from GARDP about the previous article.
- Framework for Antibiotic Stewardship in Food Animal Production. Press release by the PEW Trusts about the new stewardship framework.
- To get antibiotics off your plate, vote with your wallet. Popular science article describing the effects in the US of political decisions on the current AMR situation in food production, as well as the new framework.
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