Ep X6. AMR, Human Behaviour & the Uppsala Health Summit.
Welcome to our special contribution for World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2020! In this episode we focus on the aspect of human behaviour in the AMR context. Why is it important? How can we motivate people to change the way the relate to antibiotics? What role do we all play in this? This are the very question that the Uppsala Health Summit will focus on next spring, and the questions that we bring to you today. For this episode, we have interviewed Dr. Ulf Magnusson, veterinarian and chair of the summit, and Dr. Birgitta Lytsy, an expert on infection prevention and control at the Uppsala University Hospital. Listen to their experiences working to change behaviours and find sustainable solutions to curb the AMR crisis.
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- Uppsala Health Summit 2021 website.
- World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2020 campaing site.
- Dr. Ulf Magnusson's contact page.
- Dr. Birgitta Lytsy's contact page.
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