Welcome to diagnostics for AMR

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Hello and welcome to Diagnostics for AMR online community. This is an open apolitical space to discuss issues around antimicrobial resistance with a special focus on the use of diagnostics.

This site is a natural evolution of “The Role of Diagnostics in the AMR Response” massive open online course from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The comments from the course showed a real desire among the participants to engage and learn from experts and others battling AMR around the world. We hope this community provides learners with more practical next steps beyond raising awareness. We encourage you to ask questions, discuss what is or isn’t working in your local area, compare notes with your peers, post new information and anything else you can think of as we strive to bring this global crisis under control.

The open, efficient flow of information and ideas are a crucial part of bringing AMR under control. Thank you for joining us. The future is in our hands.

 
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Rules & Announcements
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Resources
An archive of resources pertinent to the broader discussion of AMR.
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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC)
Theme 1 - Global AMR situation and the role of diagnostics in the AMR response
General comments and discussion on the state of diagnostics and AMR that don’t fall into any specific diseases or categories.
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Theme 2 - Reducing antibiotic use in common clinical syndromes
The use of simple rapid tests to reduce inappropriate use of antibiotics for common clinical syndromes such as respiratory and urinary tract infections, sepsis and fever.
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Theme 3 - Healthcare-associated infections
The role of diagnostics in the control of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). If you are a healthcare worker please share about the progress of infection prevention and control in your hospital.
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Theme 4 - One Health and Enteric Infections
In-depth discussion of what One Health is and how it can be best implemented.
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Sensitization campaigns
Theme 5 - Tuberculosis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Focusing on two pathogens that are rapidly becoming untreatable. Tuberculosis and gonorrhea are serious threats to public health in developing countries.
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Diagnostics for STIs
Theme 6 - The Future is in our Hands
In addition to updates on global, regional and national responses to AMR, please share new initiatives to combat AMR from civil society, policy makers, clinicians, laboratory managers, pharmacists and others.
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Public education/awareness

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