Roundtable on WASH and AMR: Summary Report

26.03.2017
In June 2017, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine convened a roundtable to build on earlier discussions around research, feasibility and funding, and the politics of WASH and AMR.

Global Action Plan to combat antimicrobial resistance – Water and Sanitation and Environmental Drivers

26.03.2017
A Presentations from a Round table on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene and Antimicrobial Resistance, hosted by SHARE and the Antimicrobial Resistance Centre at LSHTM, June 2017.

Overcoming Resistance? The case for infection prevention and control

26.03.2017
A Presentations from a Round table on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene and Antimicrobial Resistance, hosted by SHARE and the Antimicrobial Resistance Centre at LSHTM, June 2017.

Prevention first: Tackling AMR through water, sanitation and hygiene

26.03.2017
This article focuses on three neglected elements of WASH and AMR in healthcare facilities and the environment, highlighting the importance of WASH for mothers and newborns, and on synergizing WASH policies and approaches to support the continuum of care from healthcare settings to the home.

The role of infection prevention and control in preventing antibiotic resistance in health care

26.03.2017
An infographic to raise awareness during World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017 on the links between IPC, WASH and AMR in health care settings.

Drug-resistant infections: A Threat to Our Economic Future

26.03.2016
This Reports examines the economic and development consequences of AMR with a focus on the aspects that are most relevant to LMIC and on the measures that these countries can take, together with the larger global community, to mitigate the economic and health costs of AMR.