New Global Strategy Lab (GSL) study introduces five new principles for creating institutions that can reduce drug resistance and increase our chances of achieving sustainable antimicrobial use for all.
The COVID-19 pandemic dealt a heavy blow to health care systems around the world. As the number of patients with COVID-19 and secondary bacterial infections continued to rise sharply, experts in the global health community feared what the long-term impact of the crisis would be for already critical levels of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), especially in low- […]
Minister Champagne has announced an investment of more than $175 million to support 809 social sciences and humanities research projects across Canada. This investment, through the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), supports research, research partnerships, and knowledge mobilization across a multitude of issues of relevance to global health.
Join us for this webinar co-hosted with GARDP titled, Including AMR in Pandemic Instrument Design: Opportunities and Challenges. This session will include presentations, an expert panel and Q&A.