Creating AMR awareness via reverse socialization
Improving general public awareness of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and antibiotic alternatives such as phage therapy could improve the uptake of health advice on antibiotic stewardship. The engagement of 16-19 year old students to create awareness of societal problems such as AMR can be an efficient approach to create public awareness through reverse socialisation. In this project, we are engaging students in Phage Isolation Workshops to raise awareness about AMR and improve receptivity to alternative approaches such as phage therapy.
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