Antimicrobial Resistance: Science, Communication and Public Engagements (AMR-scapes) is an Australian research project examining how the public engages with advice about the rational and reduced use of antibiotics.

Lead organisation(s):

Monash University

Project type:
In progress

The project is funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant (DP170100937) and is led by:

  • Mark Davis, Andrea Whittaker, Mia Lindgren (Monash University)
  • Monika Djerf-Pierre (University of Gothenburg and Monash University)
  • Paul Flowers (Glasgow Caledonian University).
2017 to 2020
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