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IFPMA launches AMR Action Fund to tackle antimicrobial resistance

IFPMA launches AMR Action Fund to tackle antimicrobial resistance

The AMR Action Fund was created to bring two to four new antibiotics to patients by 2030 – treatments which are urgently needed to address the rapid rise of antibiotic resistance, which ... with new antibiotic candidates and research, but had to file

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  • Combining therapies and combining research Combining therapies and combining research

    The strategy for retaining antibiotic security. The World Health Organization recognises antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as one of the most pressing global threats to medicine. ... While resistance developed against streptomycin alone, combination with

  • Rules of engagement Rules of engagement

    countries highlighted people’s unfamiliarity with the language of antibiotic resistance. ... Only one-fifth were aware of its abbreviated form  ‘AMR’. By contrast, more than two-thirds knew of the terms ‘antibiotic resistance’ or ‘drug

  • Significant figures Significant figures

    The company hopes the novel therapy and its delivery method could be a potential game changer in the field of antibiotic resistance. ... European physicians welcome the development of new antibiotics. Key opinion leaders will explain to some extent how

  • A healthy challenge A healthy challenge

    Whether these challenges take the form of antibiotic resistance or obesity, I believe they need to be tackled in a holistic manner.”.

  • The AMR threat The AMR threat

    The scale of the antimicrobial resistance challenge. One of the major public health threats of the modern age, antibiotic resistance can affect anyone, of any age, in any country. ... it”. They added: “Dame Sally is at the forefront of antibiotic

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  • Behavioural Science in Healthcare Behavioural Science in Healthcare

    We are bombarded with messages about health, from the global issue of antibiotic resistance to increased obesity and heart disease, every day via every conceivable channel.

  • Antibiotic resistance: The silent pandemic

    Antibiotic resistance. Antibiotics are medicines used in the treatment and prevention of bacterial infections. ... St. George's University. What is antibiotic resistance? A look at this international health problem.

  • Mobilising the public to combat the antimicrobial resistance crisis

    Antimicrobial resistance is one of the greatest threats to human health, according to the World Health Organisation. ... WHAT IS ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE? Antimicrobial resistance is the rapid generation and sharing of genes which convey resistance to

  • Navigating the antibiotic resistance crisis

    Although scientists have continued to develop new classes of antibiotics to escape the threat of antibiotic resistance – including tetracyclines in 1945 and carbapenems in 1985, along with the new classes in ... It is clear that simply developing novel

  • How we applied user-led design thinking in the ER setting to improve patient care

    The challenge. Our client needed to identify the key delivery-device attributes for an antibiotic topical treatment used to combat a group of infections typically affecting young children. ... Current treatment is a burden and antibiotic resistance is a

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