– Mark Davis –
Associate ProfessorSchool of Social Sciences Monash University
Mark Davis is the Policy Engagement lead for the Monash Centre to Impact Antimicrobial Resistance and the Lead Investigator for the AMR-scapes project. AMR-scapes comprises research on general public engagements with antimicrobial resistance and the clinically-justified use of antibiotics. AMR-scapes is an interdisciplinary project with research from medical sociology, medical anthropology, health psychology and media from Monash University, Australia, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and University of Glasgow, UK. The project examines: AMR news, digital, and health media messages; diverse public engagements with health media and AMR messages; enablers and barriers to the enactment of AMR advice in everyday life. The project is funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant, and is oriented to enhancing the fit between AMR communications and everyday life and developing practice and policy outputs.Share
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