TUFH Symposium - Antimicrobial resistance and stewardship
January 13th, 2021 12:30 PM UTC – 01:30 PM UTC Event Description: Revolving with the new normal. New
January 13th, 2021 12:30 PM UTC – 01:30 PM UTC
Revolving with the new normal.
New ways undergraduate students can spearhead antimicrobial stewardship in their circles and networks. Suzan will be sharing different means she has used to promote antibiotic stewardship at the university with her peers before and the now during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Outcomes for Participants:
By the end of this TUFH Symposium, the participants will be able to:
Present experience about Collaborative International Online Learning (COIL) Program that I participated in about Antimicrobial resistance in Uganda and the United Kingdom. I believe my experience will motivate universities around the world to foster more COIL programmes at their universities.
We recommend you read the following article prior to the event:
Marzell I. Gray, Abimbola Asojo, Jeff Lindgren, Daniel Nolan, and Amy Versnik Nowak, COIL: A Global Experience for Everyone: HERE
Bio of Presenters:
Nakalawa Suzan is a final year undergraduate student at Makerere University School of Public. She has participated in various one health activities at the university and is the current programs coordinator at the Makerere University One Health Students Club. Her research interests are in Antimicrobial Resistance, Food safety and Non Communicable diseases.
All Day (Thursday) 12:30 PM UTC - 01:30 PM UTC