Antimicrobial Resistance Summit: Preventing an antibiotic apocalypse BMA, London

The world is facing an imminent crisis of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The risk of returning to a pre-antibiotic era, as resistant infections become more common and more life-threatening, is very real.

The AMR summit, in London on March 26th, asks why the global call to action on such a critical public good is now faltering, and how renewed energy and momentum might be unlocked in the global fight against AMR. We ask how new voices can help broaden the AMR cause—from responsible investment and retailing to environmental groups and a wider universe of advocates. We ask for action

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Confirmed speakers include: 
  • Marc Sprenger, director, antimicrobial resistance secretariat, World Health Organisation
  • Martin Seychell, deputy director-general, Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety, European Commission
  • David Heymann, head, centre for global health security, Chatham House

  • Jean Patel, science team lead, antibiotic resistance co-ordination and strategy, CDC
  • Mark Pearson, deputy director, Directorate for employment, labour and social affairs, OECD
  • Umang Vohra, global chief executive, Cipla

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Register with code EFPIA/DC and save 20% on the early-bird rate of £695 (Early-bird rate ends Feb 1st, 2019)