I have just seen a new 36-minute documentary-style film ‘Race Against Resistance: The Life And Death Struggle To Save Antibiotics’.
I think the film is worth watching as a timely reminder of the AMR issues we are facing.
What kind of world do we want for future generations?
This film covers some background and history, recent personal stories, and innovative research approaches. It also touches on the potential value of AI in drug development.
ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE (AMR) is a global health issue of the utmost concern.
AMR is something I have written about several times since the summer of 2015 when I posted my first short article on LinkedIn about ‘spreading the word’ and a blog on my company website about ‘Doing the right thing’. I have subsequently reported on interesting research updates from science meetings, and I have also shared communications from other sources such as in this latest post.
Thinking of the world we are giving to our children, grandchildren, and future great-grandchildren.
This is an interesting subject generally and there are messages that need to be communicated widely. It could be a particularly interesting and important research area for life science students and early career researchers.
by Dr Julie Charlesworth 06/09/23
Thank you to BBC StoryWorks.
Race Against Resistance: The Life And Death Struggle To Save Antibiotics | BBC StoryWorks
September 5th, 2023. (available to view on YouTube).