drug resistance

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR): prepared for the silent pandemic? A LSHTM - Charité global health lecture series

On Monday, 25th of October from 18:20pm - 19:45pm (CEST) you are invited to the ninth event of the LSHTM-Charité Global Health Lecture series
which focuses on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). The event explores the current challenges and opportunities for AMR surveillance and prevention and explores possibilities on how to address these through research and policy. While the in-person event is invite-only, there will be a simultaneous online streaming available to everyone interested in the topic.

 

Organiser: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine together with Charité Global Health

 

Programme details: 

  • Welcome: Greeting from the British Embassy
  • Introductory presentation on the UK "Netflix-style" subscription model by Prof Colm Leonard, NICE
  • Discussion between Prof Lothar Wieler and Prof DameSally Davies - moderation by Dr Johanna Hanefeld
  • Q & A with the in-person and online audience

 

Speakers:

  • Professor Lothar Wieler
    President of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) Berlin
     
  • Professor Dame Sally Davies
    UK Special Envoy on AMR
     
  • Dr. Johanna Hanefeld
    Head of the Center for Health Protection, RKI
    Lead of LSHTM Berlin Office Associate Professor of Health Policy and Systems Research at LSHTM
     
  • Professor Colm Leonard
    Honorary Professor of Respiratory Medicine atManchester Academic Health Sciences Centre
    Consultant Clinical Adviser for the Centre forHealth Technology Evaluation at NICE
     

To find out more or if you wish to attend the event, please click here.

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