Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) — particularly antibiotic resistance — is a global public health threat known to impact healthcare, food safety, nutrition security, livelihood, and attainment of several Sustainable Development Goals. It is accelerated by the misuse and overuse of antimicrobials in human health, animal health, food-animal production and crops, and poor management of waste, leading to a growing resistance to common infections. Many countries in Asia and Africa, especially India, are faced with this threat and are actively working to contain it.
To address this issue, CSIR-CCMB is conducting a workshop on AMR to bring awareness to the public via schools.
What will the Workshop focus on?
– What is AMR?
– What causes AMR?
– How can we fight AMR!
Some essential information about the workshop:
– Hands-on LAB experiments WITH bacteria.
– CCMB Labs tour with experts.
– Exciting game and poster-making sessions.
Event Date: November 21 – 23, 2022
Event Address: Clinical Research Facility (CRF) ANNEXE- II of CSIR-CCMB (Opposite GENPACT) Uppal Road, Hyderabad.
Contact us at 7997001001 or firstname.lastname@example.org, somdattakarak@abishek
Registration Link: https://forms.gle/9SjrpvT3z2rHdBED9