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Project AMR – Promoting Stakeholder Action on AMR in Nigeria

Project AMR

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  1. This is a great project, I must say. There is an urgent need for us to take actions on Antimicrobial Resistance.

    I have a question to ask. Can students be part of this project? I’m a student and I have a penchant for antimicrobial resistance and I would love to be a part of this amazing project.

    1. This is a great project, AMR is a topic of concern to us as health care workers. This project will go a long way in addressing some of the concern. Thank you.

  2. AMR is a matter of urgent concern to me personally because I think that we the stakeholders in health are not only ignorant about its gravity, we are actually contributing actively to worsen the situation.
    It’s obvious to me from experience that Ciprofloxacin resistance is almost ubiquitous across the country. How many other animicrobials have become or are on the verge of becoming useless? Several!
    We must act now!

  3. I am a Veterinarian and Epidemiologist having completed my MPH Dissertation on AMR, would like to participate actively on this project if given opportunity to add knowledge to science on AMR.

  4. The current trend of AMR is becoming alarming and that calls for urgent attention, sensitization and awareness in the use of antibiotics in the public sector. Methicllin-resistant S. aureus is ubiquitos and the emergence of Vamcomycin-resistant Enterococcus is on the increase. Therefore this research on AMR is a welcome development that I will be glad to contribute my knowledge, skills, experience and expertise to profer solution to this menace.
    I have Masters in Medical Microbiology with an extensive background knowledge in Bacteriology and Parmaceutical Microbiology, I would like to contribute my knowledge in this survey if given the previlege.
    Thank you and best regards.

  5. I am a microbiologist. I did love to participate in this great and awesome project of AMR because cutting down the unnecessary use of antimicrobials is one key responsibility we all, as scientists must continue to carry out with the sole goal of bringing back antimicrobials to its ground of effectiveness.
    Precious, Ebosetale Oyamendan
    Many thanks.

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