Identifying Knowledge Gaps In Antimicrobial Resistance

Dahdaleh Research Fellow Fiona Emdin has collaborated with a team led by University of Oxford and the World Health Organization (WHO) to conduct a pioneering scoping review focusing on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) within the human health sector. Their collective effort has resulted in the publication of a recent paper that stands as the most comprehensive and current analysis of AMR knowledge gaps available. 

Multiple pill and antibiotic bottles on a table

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 Link for combatting AMR in human health, reinforcing the importance of addressing this global health threat. 


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