Tackling antibiotic resistance in Africa

  27 April 2019

The University of Salford, in partnership with charity Knowledge for Change (K4C), have been awarded funding to develop work on anti-microbial ‘stewardship’ in Uganda, working with healthcare professionals in low resource settings to improve antibiotic use.

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