Part two: Embedding Public and Community Voices in Mitigating AMR
- Dr Alun Davies, Social Scientist, Community and Public Engagement with Health Research, Health Systems Collaborative, University of Oxford, UK
- Tassawan Poomchaichote is a project coordinator at Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU), Thailand. She has a bachelor’s degree of Nursing and a master’s degree of Science (Public Health) from Mahidol University, Thailand. She has experience working as a research nurse, and project coordinator for clinical trials and community engagement in rural Thailand. She is currently working as the project coordinator for the “AMR Dialogues” project in Thailand.
- Ravikanya Prapharsavat is a social scientist at MORU, Thailand. She has a bachelor’s degree of Biomedicine from Mahidol University, Thailand, and a master’s degree of International Health from the University of Tokyo, Japan, Department of Community and Global Health, focusing on tuberculosis and migrants in the Thailand-Myanmar border. Currently, her work is focused on antimicrobial resistance, especially in promoting awareness of AMR. Her projects include “AMR Dictionary”, “Antibiotic Footprint”, “Antibiotic Footprint Calculator”, and “AMR Dialogues”.
- Mackwellings Phiri is a social scientist based at Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust. Since 2009, he has conducted social research on a range of ethical (data sharing, community engagement) and health (HIV, TB, influenza, COVID-19) topics. He is currently studying for his Master’s in Global Health at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. He has through his research career and current studies developed a particular interest in bioethics and climate change. He is also currently part of a team implementing a public engagement initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance.