RESEARCH.

ADILA

Antimicrobial Resistance, Prescribing, and Consumption Data to Inform Country Antibiotic Guidance and Local Action

Prof Mike Sharland is the CI, Dr Julia Bielicki, Dr Catrin Moore, Dr Yingfen Hsia, Koen Pouwels and Ben Cooper are co-investigators

Funder

Wellcome Trust

Sponsor

St George’s University of London

Type of Study

Data Reuse Study

Duration

3.5 years

Summary

The goal of this project is to optimise the use of AMR surveillance data by developing tools that can be implemented nationally to inform and support individual countries policies on improving the quality of antibiotic use. The proposal aims to learn from the development of clinical surveillance in other disease areas and provide a conceptual framework for future implementation.

This project combines expertise on antimicrobial resistance, usage modelling and policy development. It aims to model existing data sets to provide a framework for future clinical patient centred AMR surveillance that can inform empiric prescribing guidance and support local policy decisions. The proposal has been developed to link closely with current and planned WHO AMR initiatives and the work of other key stakeholders.

Partners

Oxford-Population-Health-Logo
University Of Malawi Logo
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KEMRI Wellcome Trust
National University Singapore