Experts take on superbugs at national forum
World experts have gathered at The University of Queensland’s National Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Forum to discuss strategies to combat drug-resistant ‘superbugs’ and control antibiotic use.
UQ convenor Professor Jason Roberts said it was important to hear different perspectives when formulating strategies to manage antibiotic resistance.
“Our vision for this Forum is to integrate the efforts of different health disciplines, optimize the use of current antibiotics in human and animal medicine and thwart uncontrolled AMR,” Professor Roberts said.
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