– Christine Nabirye –
ResearcherInfectious Disease Research Collaboration
Plot 2C, Nakasero Hill Road Kampala Uganda
Christine is a social scientist with the IDRC in Kampala, Uganda. She has substantial experience in qualitative research informed by medical anthropology, with a special interest in researching health care delivery in low resource settings.
The latest commentary on the use of antimicrobials in society.
Care-ful collaboration: reimagining ethnography in transnational global health...
In this AMIS Commentary, Alice Tompson presents reflections on the collaborative working of the Antimicrobials in Society research teams, based...
AMR Training for Social Scientists
In this Q&A, Karlijn Hofstraat and Danny de Vries tell us about their “SPECIAL-SOC AMR” curriculum, a fantastic learning resource...
AMIS Final Report
We are delighted to release our AMIS Final Report. The report summarises the key activities, findings and outputs from the...