ADILA, also known as, Antimicrobial Resistance, Prescribing, and Consumption Data to Inform Country Antibiotic Guidance and Local Action is a research study being co-investigated by Prof Mike Sharland (CI) and Dr Julia Bielicki, Dr Catrin Moore, Dr Yingfen Hsia at St George’s University London and Koen Pouwels and Ben Cooper from Oxford Population Health.
The aim 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.
Dr Catrin Moore has presented the ADILA project at many workshops and still has a few upcoming dates:
- The Fleming Fund RADAAR Bi-regional AMR Policy Workshop on the 13th of April 2022 (online, Asia and Africa region).
- At the Oxford-Berlin Bacterial Fungal AMR Workshop on the 4th of May 2022 (Oxford)
- At the APUA presentation on the 25th May 2022 (online)
- Plenary speaker at the GSK R&D days external speakers session on the 14th June 2022 (online, Sienna meeting)
- Plenary speaker at the International Matchmaking Symposium Advancing Data Technologies to Corner AMR 2022 (ADTCA 2022) on the 22nd June 2022 (online)
- At the Third National forum on AMR, Thailand on the 27th June 2022 (online, F2F in Thailand)
- At the Fleming Fund CAPTURA Regional workshop on the 30th June 2022 (online, Asia region).
To find out more about ADILA please visit our project page: ADILA