Using open innovation and big data in the fight against antimicrobial resistance

  23 June 2019

Public Health England has been awarded £5.1 million by the Department of Health and Social Care to stimulate a number of initiatives, including the creation of the most advanced dataset globally on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). These funds will enable us to create a virtual ‘open access’ centre, which will gather real-time patient data on resistant infections, helping clinicians understand when to use and preserve antibiotics in their treatment. This will provide a unique and tailored approach to the huge challenge AMR poses.

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