Upcoming seminar on antibiotic resistance and the growing threat to global public health

Antibiotic medicines are extremely effective at preventing and treating infection caused by bacteria. They are an essential tool in our ongoing defence against severe illness and death. Unfortunately, over prescription and misuse of antibiotics has accelerated the rate of natural bacterial mutation and led to a worldwide increase in antibiotic resistance.

Join our exclusive seminar on Wednesday 1 March 2023 (in-person or via Zoom) for an in-depth look at the issue of global antibiotic resistance as visiting Professor Alastair Hay discusses how we got here and what to do next.

  • Hear him share his perspective on the UK’s policy response and dissect some of their key strategies and public health campaigns.
  • Discover strategic insights into the UK’s future direction for primary care and the implications for Australian public health policy.
  • Participate in an open Q&A session

Attendance is free.

Bookings can be made via the event page here

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