The Fleming Fund and the Open University have released new modules on the Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance course, meaning 23 modules are now available. The course is completely free and available world-wide, regardless of whether participants are affiliated with the Fleming Fund.
Quo Vadis AMR? Reframing the AMR problem and the response to it
Regional grantee, the International Vaccine Institute, is implementing the RADAAR grant which examines the barriers to sharing and use of data in policy to address AMR. In this paper, Satyajit Sarkar outlines some results from a recent survey and puts forward a reframing of the policy debate around AMR.
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