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Ethics and Value Challenges in Antibiotic Resistance Management, Policy and Research, symposium in Gothenburg, November 15-16, 2017.


This symposium was the first ever major international conference on this topic, organized by the Centre for Antibiotic Resistance research (CARe). It assembled world leading scholars from anthropology, economics, ethics, law, philosophy, politics and medicine, across two full days of presentations and discussions.




Christian Munthe - CARe, University of Gothenburg

The shortest intro ever to antibiotic resistance and some reflections on the environmental dimensions

Joakim Larsson - CARe, University of Gothenburg

The Global Political Response to the Antibiotic Resistance Challenge

Otto Cars - Uppsala University

Antibiotics and animal agriculture: the need for global collective action

Jonathan Anomaly - University of Arizona

What is care in the wake of antibiotics? Experiences of global health in low resource settings

Clare Chandler - London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Responsible care for amr carriers

Marcel Verweij - Wagenigen University

Collective responsibility for amr

Julian Savulescu - University of Oxford

Sustainability and antibiotics

Angus Dawson - University of Sydney

Risky Business? Developing a risk-based ethical framework for rational antibiotics management

Alena Buyx - Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel

(How) can ethical discourse on drug resistance inform health policy?

Jasper Littmann - Robert Koch Institute

How law can help solve the collective action problem of antimicrobial resistance

Steven J. Hoffman - York University of Toronto

Should drug resistance interventions be expedited?

Christian Munthe - CARe - University of Gothenburg

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