Academics and clinicians address global issue of antibiotic resistance tonight at Citylabs 1.0

Academics and clinicians are to address the global healthcare issue of antibiotic resistance at an event at Citylabs 1.0 in Manchester tonight. Organised by the University of Manchester’s Global Health Society and ReThinkX, more than 150 people will attend the ‘sold-out’ discussion and debate about an issue the United Nations has recently declared “the greatest and most urgent risk” to public health around the world. An expert panel of speakers will be lead the debate. They are: Professor Aneez Esmail, Professor of General Practice at the University of Manchester, Dr Will Welfare, Consultant in Communicable Disease Control, Public Health England; Dr Katie Reed a public health expert from the University of Manchester; Enrique Castro-Sanchez, from the Centre for Infection Prevention and Management (CIPM) at Imperial College, London and Dr Claas Kirchhelle, research fellow at the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine at the University of Oxford.  Read more

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