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Knowledge and perceptions of the public towards antimicrobial resistance

Imperial College London

Knowledge and perceptions of the public towards antimicrobial resistance

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Date & time

Friday 21 April, 2023




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Antimicrobial resistance occurs when medication used to treat antimicrobial diseases (such as bacterial infections) stops being effective. It has been identified as one of the most pressing global challenges we face this century, with around 700,000 deaths a year globally caused by antimicrobial resistance. One of the reasons for the rise in antimicrobial resistance is the incorrect use antibiotics due to lack of knowledge and awareness on the topic. This survey aims to find possible barriers to the correct use of antibiotics in order to propose interventions to help tackle this issue.

In this survey you will be asked questions about your previous antibiotic use, your knowledge about antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance (such as, for what infections antibiotics are used) and how important you think the issue of antimicrobial resistance is. 


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Hosted by Kamila Kutyla

Member since 16 Mar 2023
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Imperial College London

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Imperial College London became the first collaborator to join VOICE in January 2019, with the ambition to improve and facilitate the way we involve patients and members of the public in our research. 

Imperial College Londonworks with the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust to undertake world-class experimental medicine research to improve patient care. At the centre of this partnership is the NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), which aims to transform scientific discoveries into clinical practice. 

The public, including patients and carers, are at the heart of what we do. Through VOICE, we hope to capture the wealth of experience and valuable perspectives that only patients and members of the public can offer on the way our research is designed and delivered. 

Our research covers 15 different areas of health which you can find out more about here.

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