Congratulations to Funke Adeniji from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine who has just had her research published in the International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. The research seeks to analyse the effectiveness of key policies and strategies in tackling antimicrobial resistance globally, and identify where there are gaps. Funke’s work was funded by Pharmacy Research UK as part of the Leverhulme Research Training Bursaries Scheme. The Bursary Scheme is intended to support community and primary care pharmacists who have an interest in developing their skills in conducting research relating to everyday practice.
You can read the online version of the research paper below.
Adeniji, F. (2017), Global analysis of strategies to tackle antimicrobial resistance. Int J Pharm Pract.