Ep 46: Alison Prendiville & service design. Antimicrobials in food animals. Bacteriuria & ICU stays.
Ready for a new episode? This month of March we bring you an interview with Alison Prendiville, Professor of Service Design at London Colleague of Communication, University of the Arts, London. With Alison, we learn the importance of co-creation and design when working with implementation, and how crucial communication in various forms is for interdisciplinary research. Tune in to learn the journey that took her from working on designing in transport to applied work on AMR, and much more.
In the news section, we talk about a recent research article estimating current trends of antimicrobial use on food-producing animals, and an article studying how antibiotic use shapes bacteriuria during COVID-19 ICU stays. In this episode we also introduce you to our new co-host, PhD student Elin Fermér. We hope you have a great time with us this month!
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- Prof. Prendiville´s profile page.
- Re-envisaging Infection Practice Ecologies in Nursing (RIPEN) project.
- Diagnostics for One Health and User Driven Solutions for AMR (DOSA) project.
- Service Design Methods: Re-Envisioning Infection Practice Ecologies in Nursing to Address Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). Book chapter result of the RIPEN project.
- Global trends in antimicrobial use in food-producing animals: 2020 to 2030. First article covered in the news.
- Antibiotic use during coronavirus disease 2019 intensive care unit shape multidrug resistance bacteriuria: A Swedish longitudinal prospective study. Second article covered in the news.
- Antibiotics hindered treatment of urinary tract bacteria. Press release at Uppsala University about the second article.
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