Blog

National Stakeholder Meeting: Nepal In this blog we reflect on a National Stakeholder Workshop held in Nepal as part of the CE4AMR: One Health Approach Challenge Cluster. Over the winter each of the six projects involved in the cluster held workshops or webinars to explore the National priorities on AMR and the scope...

In this week’s blog we reflect on a National Stakeholder Workshop held in Bangladesh as part of the CE4AMR: One Health Approach Challenge Cluster. Over the winter each of the six projects involved in the cluster held workshops or webinars to explore the National priorities on AMR and the scope...

In this week’s blog we reflect on our India National Stakeholder Workshops held as part of the CE4AMR: One Health Approach Challenge Cluster. Over the winter each of the six projects involved in the cluster held workshops or webinars to explore the National priorities on AMR and the scope to involve Community Engagement...

CE4AMR: The One Health Approach is an international collaboration of researchers aiming to consolidate learnings on how Community Engagement methods can be best utilised to tackle the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).  A key aim of this collaboration is to establish and strengthen networks of National stakeholders across each of the five host LMICs.  Between November and December 2020 project teams held a series of National Stakeholder Workshops (NSWs) aimed at firstly, to understand the...

CE4AMR are proud to have recently co-signed an open letter to the WHO regarding the involvement of children in AMR initiatives. Coordinated by ReAct group the open letter calls for the WHO to create ring-fenced funding to establish ‘A United Digital (online) Platform to Support Engagement of Young People on...

This first blog of 2021 focuses of the need to transform healthcare delivery globally.  We are delighted to hear from Dr Philip Mathew, an Associate Professor of Community Medicine and a public health consultant based in India. Dr Mathew is also a doctoral researcher in Global Public Health at Karolinska...

In this blog CE4AMR post-doc Jess Mitchell discusses COVID-19 through a One Health lens.  Why do we need to worry about bat’s strong immune systems? How do our disrespectful interactions with nature put us at risk of future pandemics, and interlinked global challenges?  Jess discusses these issues in the scope...

Professor Paul Cooke who co-leads the CE4AMR network, discusses the use of creative practice and arts-based methods in the “build back better” narrative.  Paul exemplifies these methods within a recently completed project and reflects upon the way they have helped understand the global challenge of AMR by using community knowledge. ...

Our winter blogs will all consider the Build Back Better narrative through the lens of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR).  CE4AMR’s PhD candidate Nichola Jones begins the series with an introduction to the Sustainable Development Goals and how these could become more AMR-aware.  There are many goals where links to AMR are...

The zoonosis of COVID-19, and ensuing pandemic, has led to the phrase “build back better”, referring to the creation of a fairer and more equitable society. This is valid not just for human life but animals and the environment, a One Health goal.  This pandemic has highlighted the ways humans have...