The Antibiotic Crisis – Who is to Blame?
Wednesday 11 April
The rise of antimicrobial resistance has been described as a global health crisis that threatens to undermine much of modern medicine and healthcare. How should we react? Is this a crisis rooted in our hospitals, or should we be more concerned about our GPs? Who should we listen to when we hear contradictory advice about whether or not to go on taking antibiotics, even once we feel better? This is your opportunity to hear the latest thinking on these issues from Prof Mark Woodhouse, expert in infectious disease epidemiology, chaired by Prof Derek Bell, President of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.
Presented by Royal College of Physicians of EdinburghShare