The Antimicrobial Stewardship Project (ASP)
CIDRAP-ASP was launched in July 2016 with the aim to build an international audience and a portfolio of research that translates scientific information to evidence-informed public health practice and policy.
Equip global health professionals, patients and the public with the most relevant and important key findings, knowledge and policy recommendations relating to antimicrobial resistance.
Our program is built on three pillars:
Communication and Advocacy: providing timely access to latest news related to antimicrobial stewardship and research on our dedicated website and social media.
Education and Awareness: raising awareness on AMR and how to promote responsible use of antimicrobials through mentoring and dedicated activities such as webinars and podcasts.
Research: conducting analysis to advance the knowledge on a specific topic.
Partners & Collaborators
- The Global Antimicrobial Stewardship Partnership Hub: We have partnered with the Global Antimicrobial Stewardship Partnership Hub (GASPH) to support global access to learning tools on antimicrobial stewardship and collaboration on tackling antimicrobial resistance.
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