We are a global think tank that promotes the power of data to tackle antimicrobial resistance.

We bring together diverse expertise to identify evidence gaps, describe solutions and advocate for research and policy change.

Map of health by Odra Noel

Why it’s important

Antibiotics are the cornerstone of modern medicine and have made procedures such as caesarean delivery and surgeries safe for millions. Drug-resistant bacteria threaten to roll back the clock on decades of progress if we don’t take work to address antimicrobial resistance. 

Without action now, the number of people dying each year from drug-resistant infections could rise from 700,000 to 10 million by 2050.

What we do

We bring together diverse expertise to identify evidence gaps, describe solutions and advocate for research and policy change.

Working groups

Our working groups, comprised of SEDRIC Board members and the wider membership, investigate identified gaps in AMR surveillance.

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Publications

We share the latest findings from our working groups and other research initiatives. All journal publications written by SEDRIC are open access and available to download.

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Member networking

SEDRIC connects AMR surveillance and epidemiology professionals around the world, and organises events to help our members network.

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Become a member

Are you working in AMR surveillance and epidemiology? Join SEDRIC today to start communicating and collaborating with our community of experts.

News

Recent tweets

Ensuring appropriate access to antibiotics is a challenge in many countries.

Check out @OllieWilliams35 article on his experience of promoting rational use of antibiotics for children in Tanzania πŸ‘‡πŸ’ŠπŸ‡ΉπŸ‡Ώ

We need high quality data available at the global, national and local level to inform evidence-based decision making.

However, barriers to this exist. Which is why SEDRIC exists.

#StopSuperbugs

“New methods need to be robust, reliable, sustainable, and plausible to policy makers and health-care providers.”

Improved methodological approaches to estimate the global burden of #AMR are needed. Read more findings from this paper below πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

https://t.co/OM0V0K8TAg