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JPIAMR Vaccines Webinar

Webinar video: Vaccination as a strategy to combat Antimicrobial Resistance

Dear attendee,

Thank you for joining us at the recent JPIAMR webinar: Vaccination as a strategy to combat Antimicrobial Resistance!

During this JPIAMR webinar, insights and perspectives were shared regarding the opportunities and gaps in our understanding of how to use vaccination as a strategy to tackle AMR. The event was Chaired by Professor Calman MacLennan (Director of the Bactivac Network) and consisted of a series of four short talks from Professor Kathleen Neuzil, Professor Adam Cunningham, Dr. Annaliesa Anderson, and Professor Gordon Dougan.

The talks were followed by a brief panel discussion involving Professor Bill Hausdorff, Professor Birgitta Henriques Normark, Dr. Isabel Frost, and Dr. Padmini Srikantiah. One hundred and ten people from more than 30 different countries attended the event. The video recordings of the workshop are now available on the JPIAMR YouTube Channel. The report will be made available on the JPIAMR website.

This webinar was hosted in partnership with the Medical Research Council (MRC UKRI) and the BactiVac Network and supported by the “CSA OH AMR.”

The aim was to discuss the role of vaccination in combatting antimicrobial resistance in a human health context. JPIAMR is in the process of updating the JPIAMR Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA), contributing to the development of the candidate One Health AMR Partnership. This activity will support this process by allowing us to collect gaps and needs in the area of vaccination as a strategy to tackle antimicrobial resistance.

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Webinar video: https://youtu.be/5oEcmX4cy2Q

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The JPIAMR Secretariat