07 May 2020

A research object in the making: Visualising AMR...

Interventions, protocols and data on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and antibiotic consumption are very much in the making today. How do...

28 Apr 2020

AMR on Hold: Covid-19 Diaries of a Research...

By Faith Kandiye Since Zimbabwe went into lockdown on March 30th2020, I have been ‘field working’ from home. As a...

04 Mar 2020

Post-antibiotic future: a return to the dark ages?

The post-antibiotic future is often imagined in terms of a return to the dark ages. In 2014, the UK government...

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...

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