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Antimicrobial resistance has been labeled a global health emergency. It is increasingly a priority of national governments and international organisations, as well as medical providers, charities and researchers. But in spite of the recognition of this problem, it can be very difficult to know what to do, both due to difficulties finding the most up-to-date evidence, and in knowing which of the published evidence applies to your practice.
We are very pleased to be working with ReAct. This is an international network, dedicated to combating antibiotic resistance. Their toolbox is a very useful resource, full of information to guide everyone in their efforts to take action against antimicrobial resistance.
We aim to to provide a collaborative site, collating information, guidelines and advice for best-practice in combating antimicrobial resistance. Our resources tab lists some key sources of information. We're keen for this to be as helpful as possible and welcome your input on making this work better for you. The most important thing to make this work is for people to get involved. So, if you have material that you think would be useful, you can:
- tell people about it in a blog post
- talk about it in a discussion group
- load it as an article
- point people to it in a bookmark
- tell us all about it