Summary Paper AMR RESISTANCE SUMMIT Preventing an antibiotic apocalypse

  29 June 2019

The Economist Events held the Antimicrobial Resistance Summit at the British Medical Association headquarters in London in March 2019, convening speakers from government, academia, international organisations and the private sector. Moderated by Tom Standage, deputy
editor of The Economist, Charles Goddard, head of global initiatives at The Economist Group and Elizabeth Sukkar, editor, thought leadership at The Economist Intelligence Unit, the event assembled the world’s leading health bodies, including the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organisation and The Pew Charitable Trusts, along with
academic experts, frontline health practitioners and the private sector, including Novo Holdings, Pfizer Inc, Sandoz, Cipla and Johnson & Johnson.

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