Understanding regulatory systems relevant to drivers of AMR
How different regulatory systems in human and animal healthcare drive global AMR.
Pathways of antibiotic use among people and animals in Bangladesh - the PAUSE study
Studying the pathways of antibiotic use in urban and rural Bangladesh is essential for tackling AMR and the long term economic development and health and welfare of the country. This study seeks to better understand the needs of households and individuals for antibiotic treatment for their family and livestock, as well as understanding the prescribing behaviours of qualified and unqualified practitioners.
Regulating resistance, resisting regulation: new regimes to tackle drug-resistant infections
The growing awareness of AMR as a global threat to human health has created regulatory challenges as health systems attempt to limit the use of antimicrobials, especially antibiotics.
Wicked prizes? Incentivising innovation in AMR through alternatives to the patent system
To ensure AMR research continues, it is vital to understand whether patent systems and prize incentives still act as high motivators