As we reach the half-way point in the timeline to accomplish the UN Sustainable Development Goals, it is important to look at new approaches to accelerate progress. With attainment of 12 of the 17 SDGs being slowed or reversed by AMR, closer examination of the impact of AMR is needed. On September 20, 2023, The […]
GSL Senior Investigator Patrick Fafard, paid tribute to the late Monique Bégin and her pivotal role in shaping Canada’s state-funded healthcare system.
The event brought together experts from all over the world in the field of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
This year’s ReAct Africa and South Centre Conference was co-sponsored by the AMR Policy Accelerator.
Tune in to listen to Professor Patrick Fafard’s latest interview on CityNews’s The Mike Farwell Show.
During the pandemic, politicians frequently justified their COVID-19 policies by saying they were ‘just following the science.’ Such claims can be misleading about both science and government.
We are thrilled to announce that the Global Strategy Lab (GSL) is one of CIHR’s Spring 2023 Project Grant competition award recipients.
Patrick Fafard, Senior Investigator at the Global Strategy Lab, was sought out by the Toronto Star to provide his commentary on the latest BMJ series. This new series of papers published on Monday, July 24 in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), researchers have pointed out glaring weaknesses in Canada’s pandemic response.
The recently published BMJ’s Canada Covid Series sheds light on various aspects of Canada’s pandemic response, exploring issues such as data sharing and access, research utilization, coordination among different regions, the strength of healthcare and public health systems, and the handling of Canada’s diverse geography, languages, cultures, and ethnicities during the pandemic
This innovative study has successfully identified and summarized key knowledge gaps on AMR, providing crucial insights into the state of affairs in the human health sector. The findings of this scoping review have played a vital role in shaping WHO’s Global research agenda for combatting AMR in human health, reinforcing the importance of addressing this global health threat.