To mark World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, the HPRU in HCAI and AMR teamed up with Futurum Careers to develop a brochure about the work of the Unit
Futurum Careers is a free online resource and magazine aimed at introducing 14-19-year-olds worldwide to the world of work in STEM (science, tech, engineering, maths, medicine) and social sciences, humanities and the arts for people and the economy (SHAPE) and helping them connect the subjects they are learning with real-world careers.
The article showcases the Units four Theme Lead Researchers, from across a range of disciplines and professions; Dr Elita Jauneikaite, molecular epidemiologist, Dr Tim Rawson, Infectious Diseases doctor, Dr Esmita Charani, Clinical Pharmacist and social scientist and Dr Nina Zhu, epidemiologist. As well as highlighting the multidisciplinary nature of work into Antimicrobial Resistance, the brochure also includes activity sheets for schools and a comments box which invites students and teachers to submit questions to the team. The article is available on our website or from the Futurumcareers website.
Dr Charani, Research theme lead and Dr Nathan Peiffer-Smadja, Honorary Clinical Fellow from the Unit, are also featured in this month’s New Scientist.The Antimicrobial Resistance campaign is launched to coincide with World Antimicrobial Awareness Week to showcase the need for tackling AMR through addressing sociocultural inequities. Read the feature here- https://bit.ly/3mphZBg
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