Theme 4: Behaviour within and beyond the healthcare setting

Projects offered under this theme aim to identify the socio- economic conditions and behavioural attitudes that drive the spread of resistant bacteria to help develop and evaluate policies and strategies to mitigate and manage AMR and the stewardship of antibiotics.

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This research theme aims to:

  • identify specific economic conditions, social norms and attitudes relating to antibiotics in order to develop context appropriate strategies
  • evaluate interventions to control/prevent the spread of resistant bacteria
  • assess the wider costs and benefits of behaviour change strategies
  • link surveillance data to stewardship practices to understand variance in impact
  • develop and evaluate economic and regulatory models that balance the appropriate use of drugs and the mitigation of AMR while appropriately rewarding innovation
  • consider the role of existing and new business models in encouraging innovation

 

Index of offered projects
Project TitleMain supervisor(s)KeywordsConsortium & Host institution

No project available currently

 
  • Public health & policy
  • Health Economics
  • Statistics  
  • Mathematical modelling
STEP UP, Imperial College London 

No project available currently

 
  • Medical anthropology 
  • History 
  • Systems, structure & interventions
  • Documentary research
  • Oral history
AMIS & UMOYA OMUHLE, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

 

‌No project available currently

 

 

 
  • Medical anthropology
  • History of health services
  • Systems and policy making
  • Documentary research
  • Oral history
AMIS & UMOYA OMUHLE, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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