Environment Support Group, Bangalore and Anti Biotic Stewardship Network, Ujjain
Invites you to a workshop on
Antibiotic Resistance: No Action Today, No Cure Tomorrow
The World Health Organisation has recently declared antibiotic resistance as a “global health crisis” that has been building up over decades. The most severe consequence of this problem is witnessed in countries like India. The three main areas that need to be addressed to minimize resistance development and spread are rational use of antibiotics, control of infection through better hygienic practices and avoiding contamination of the environment with antibiotics
Date : 18th July 2013
Time : 2.30 – 5.30 pm
St. Marks Road 30 B-1,
Opp. SBI Bank Next To White House
St. Marks Road, Bangalore- 560001
ESG Tel no – 080 26713559/ 60
Welcome and brief Introduction
Antibiotic Resistance – Problems and Solutions
by Dr. Ashish Pathak, DCH, FCPS, DNB, PhD – Associate Professor, Dept of Pediatrics, R.D. Gardi Medical College, Ujjain and Post Doctoral Fellow in Division of Global Health, Karolinska Institute, Sweden.
Environmental Impact of Antibiotic Use
By Dr. Vishal Diwan, MSc, MIH, PhD – Assistant Professor, Public Health and Environment, R.D.Gardi Medical College, Ujjain and Post Doctoral Fellow in Division of Global Health, Karolinska Institute, Sweden.
By Dr. Megha Sharma, M.Sc, PhD – Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pharmocology, R.D.Gardi Medical College, Ujjain
Question – Answer session
Tea and Snacks
For participation you can send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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