Welcome to CE4AMR

A network and resource hub for researchers and practitioners using community engagement approaches to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

Developing community-led solutions to AMR

Working in and with Low-middle income countries to find locally relevant and sustainable solutions to AMR challenges.

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CE4AMR

A network of researchers and practitioners advocating for the use of community engagement methodology to tackle One Health challenges.

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What's happening

Find out what's happening across the CE4AMR network; updates on projects, conferences, events and more.

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Resources

We are currently developing a suite of resources, co-produced by researchers and practitioners within the field of community engagement for AMR.

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Community Engagement for Antimicrobial Resistance (CE4AMR) is a network of researchers and practitioners who use, or are interested in using, community engagement – in particular participatory and creative approaches – to tackle Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in low and middle income countries (LMICs).  CE4AMR brings together artists, health professionals, engineers, social and environmental scientists and arts and humanities researchers to create a cross-disciplinary platform through which to share ideas, tackle research gaps and develop new skill sets to address AMR at community level.  Rather than regarding community engagement approaches as “add-ons” to research, CE4AMR views them as integral to meeting global recommendations on tackling AMR as stipulated by the World Health Organisation and country-specific AMR action plans.

 

CE4AMR believes that if communities are fully informed and engaged with the concept of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) then subsequent behaviour change will be meaningful and sustainable, allowing global AMR objectives to be met.