This article shifts attention to the structural dimensions of ABU that tend to be obscured by individual behaviour change approaches. Read more >
In September 2018 the AMIS Programme hosted a symposium to highlight the work of early career scholars that are exploring fresh perspectives on the topic of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Watch the Videos >
Learn more about social research and AMR - read our commentary and watch a video from the AMIS group. Explore >
Bringing you a curated list of the most relevant social science on antimicrobial use in society today. Explore >
Meet the researchers bringing you the latest social science on antimicrobial resistance. Explore >
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AMR requires us to consider how human life is entangled with microbial life, animal life, plant life, and the environment.
The latest commentary on the use of antimicrobials in society.
Comparison and Collaboration: How can we do things...
Ethnography has always been at the centre of our AMIS research, and ethnographic comparison has always been a significant component...
Quick fix for care, productivity, hygiene and inequality:...
QUICK FIX FOR CARE, PRODUCTIVITY, HYGIENE and INEQUALITY: REFRAMING THE ENTRENCHED PROBLEM OF ANTIBIOTIC OVERUSE by Laurie Denyer Willis and...
Notes from the Field: Urban informal settlement, Kampala
‘We live with risk,’ he tells me, as we weave our way along the railway line that cuts through the...
Presenting summaries of, and links to, relevant books and journal articles on the topic of antimicrobials in society.