Studying antimicrobial resistance: Interdisciplinary research is critical, but challenging

Studying antimicrobial resistance: Interdisciplinary research is critical, but challenging

In March 2017 I travelled down to Bristol for a two day meeting on interdisciplinary research into antimicrobial resistance (AMR), hosted by the ESRC. Around 50 researchers had come together for the workshop, and they were a diverse group – over coffee and dinner I spoke to lab-based researchers, economists, psychologists, sociologists, and clinical researchers.  […]

The risks of feeding back the results of clinical trials to participants

  Feeding back the results of clinical trials to participants has long been seen as good ethical research practice, and new guidance from the Health Research Authority, the national regulatory body for research in England, makes it clear that feedback is part of researchers’ commitment to participants.  But what are the consequences of sharing results […]

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