As you may be aware, to mark this year’s Global antibiotic awareness week the Commonwealth Health hub is running a one week eDiscussion in partnership with the Commonwealth Pharmacists association (CPA) and Public Health England (PHE) asking the question ‘Is Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) relevant if you can’t afford the drugs?’
In conjunction with the discussion Commonwealth twitter feed has been running a series of polls to get views on aspects of the issue.
How do you think governments in your country should tackle the #AntimicrobialResistance issue?
— The Commonwealth (@commonwealthsec) November 17, 2016
VOTE: What is the biggest problem caused by #AntimicrobialResistance (AMR) in your country/region?
— The Commonwealth (@commonwealthsec) November 16, 2016
VOTE in our poll: #AntimicrobialResistance can be caused by:
— The Commonwealth (@commonwealthsec) November 15, 2016
To join the hub discussion simply send an email with your contribution to email@example.com or add your thoughts when signing up to the hub mailing list via the join the hub page