- Tuesday 16 November 2021
- 10:30am - 12:00pm
- Online event
- Lectures and seminars
- General public
For the past year a cross-faculty team at the University of Leeds, along with several international organisations, have been working on a Global Challenge Research Funded (GCRF) project.
Known as CE4AMR: The One Health Approach, this project has run over the past 18 months led by Dr Rebecca King (Co-I Professor Paul Cooke). The aim being to understand how community-based approaches may be employed to help tackle the growing challenge of AMR from multiple different perspectives.
On 16 November, we will be joined by the Vice-Chancellor and WHO to share our findings. Audience members will include policymakers, researchers, practitioners, and students from across faculties and disciplinary areas.
Our keynote speakers will contextualise the value of community engagement to both research and policy, whilst CE4AMR network members will introduce new projects and collaborations which build upon the cluster’s findings.
|Welcome/introduction||Dr R King (PI of CE4AMR: One Health Approach project)|
|Keynote on the University of Leeds’ AMR focus||Professor S Buitendijk (Vice-Chancellor, University of Leeds)|
|Keynote on community engagement||Asiya Odugleh-Kolev (WHO head of Community Engagement)|
|Update on new projects linked to CE4AMR (3 minute pre-recorded presentations)||CE4AMR team|
|Q&A||Facilitated by CE4AMR team|
|Closing remarks||Dr R King|
Register via Eventbrite.
For more information, please email: CE4AMR@leeds.ac.uk.
World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) will run from 18 to 24 November 2021. There are several events happening across the University to coincide with WAAW.
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