The event aims to provide introductory training in social science research skills utilised across the current Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Theme 4 research programmes that is supported by the Antimicrobial Resistance Cross Council Initiative from the seven research councils in partnership with other funders. The event includes two parrallel workshops: Workshop 1 – Ethnographic methods and face-to-face interviews; Workshop 2 – Realist review.
Professor Ann Sarah Walker (Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology, Modernising Medical Microbiology, University of Oxford)
Professor Alison Holmes (Professor of Infectious Diseases, Director of the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) in Healthcare Associated Infection and Antimicrobial Resistance, Imperial College London)
Professor Helen Lambert (TBC, Professor of Medical Anthropology, University of Bristol)
Professor Nick Sevdalis (Professor of Implementation Science & Patient Safety, King's College)
Professor Helen Ward (Professor of Public Health, Imperial College)
Two parallel crossover workshops:
Workshop 1 – Ethnographic methods and face-to-face interviews
Workshop 2 – Realist review
The goals of the workshops will be to provide: insight into current social science research tackling AMR across different healthcare economies, practical recommendations and examples of applying the research methodologies using case studies from England, India and South Africa, and an opportunity for developing new insights into how these methods can be implemented into AMR research. Some of the workshop materials will be incorporated into an e-learning module that will be launched later in 2019. Should you be interested in receiving information on this, please indicate this when registering.
The event will end with a networking and drinks reception between 16:30 – 18:00.