What is the SNAP-AMR research project about?

The diversity of the team’s expertise enables us to explore the biological, social and cultural drivers responsible for the spread of AMR and antibiotic use in the community and health care system. This information is then used to develop interventions, including AMR awareness campaigns to increase people’s knowledge about AMR and promote changes in behaviours.

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"The dala-dalas and bajajs become like moving canvases. In a world where people may struggle to be heard or seen, this is like having an audience of thousands as vehicles whizz around the city"

(Gibson, 2019)