11 Feb 2020

BEYOND RESISTANCE Colloquium - Re-imagining AMR: borders, boundaries...

“It has been said that good fences make good neighbours. But what happens when neighbours are intertwined so closely with...

09 Jan 2020

Call for #SocSciAMR Conference/workshop/symposia Proceedings, Panel Write-ups &...

The #SocSciAMR community is an active one – besides research, publications and online chatter, researchers have created numerous conference panels,...

05 Dec 2019

A multi-sited, following approach: A means to study...

Surf the net, survey popular media, read scientific publications, drink bottled water, go to a conference, swim in the river:...

11 Nov 2019

Re-envisaging Infection Practice Ecologies in Nursing (RIPEN)

Header Photo: Starting from current practice; one London-based community nurse’s storyboard of a typical day. As the largest group of...

02 Oct 2019

Quick fix for care, productivity, hygiene and inequality:...

QUICK FIX FOR CARE, PRODUCTIVITY, HYGIENE and INEQUALITY: REFRAMING THE ENTRENCHED PROBLEM OF ANTIBIOTIC OVERUSE by Laurie Denyer Willis and...

05 Jul 2019

Comparison and Collaboration: How can we do things...

Ethnography has always been at the centre of our AMIS research, and ethnographic comparison has always been a significant component...

04 Mar 2019

Understanding antimicrobial use in livestock through the structure...

For more than half a century in France, intensive and industrial livestock farming has developed in line with an ever-increasing...

11 Dec 2018

The ‘biology of history’ as the ‘biology of...

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), microbiome scientists insist, is the main cause of the loss of microbial diversity in high-income countries. Biomedical,...

19 Nov 2018

Solo efforts will not curb antibiotic resistance

Shortly after it was revealed that antibiotics crucial to human medicine are still being used in “unacceptable” quantities on US livestock...

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