The news media partly shapes how the public understands the complex issue of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), and how they imagine themselves as part of any response. The way the news is written is therefore a significant area of study. Read More
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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.
Investigating the public’s role in AMR – as...
The public has an important role to play in addressing the complex issue of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and many people...
Social Science and AMR Research Symposium: Summary
At the beginning of September the AMIS team hosted a one-day Social Science in AMR Symposium at the British Academy.
The ‘Drug Bag’ Method: Antibiotic Stories in Harare,...
The old woman called through to her daughter, “come, come and see this”. Her daughter, who was busy frying fritters...
Presenting summaries of, and links to, relevant books and journal articles on the topic of antimicrobials in society.