Target Audience

The program is intended for undergraduate medical and dental students, nursing professionals, other healthcare workers, basic biology, biotechnology and microbiology students, public health professionals, and policymakers.


(Approximately 60 minutes)

  • Welcome and introductory statement

  • Regional problem of AMR & importance of WAAW

  • The AMR problem of India and the role of awareness to stakeholders

  • The role of IAMM and professional bodies of clinical microbiologists in mitigating AMR

  • The role of the National Medical Commission in expanding AMR awareness

  • The need for understanding AMR for all fields of practicing healthcare workers

  • The role of infectious disease clinicians and clinical microbiologists of medical colleges in mitigating AMR

  • Stakeholders’ involvement & way forward: How this course is going to help

  • About the online course on AMR

Webinar Directors

  • Dr Sayantan Banerjee, AIIMS Kalyani

  • Dr Mallika Sengupta Asst Prof Microbiology, AIIMS Kalyani

Webinar Faculty

  • Prof Dr Ujjala Ghoshal Prof & HoD Microbiology, AIIMS Kalyani

  • Prof Dr Ramji Singh Executive Director, AIIMS, Kalyani

  • Dr Risintha Premaratne WHO SEARO RD and CDS Representative

  • Dr Sonal Saxena, Director Professor, MAMC Delhi & Secretary, Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists

  • Dr Vijaya Lakshmi Nag (Dash) Professor & Head, Microbiology, AIIMS Jodhpur, & Full-time Member, National Medical Commission, India

  • Dr V. Ramasubramanian, Consultant Infectious Diseases, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai

  • Dr Chiranjay Mukhopadhyay, Professor, Microbiology, KMC Manipal

  • Dr Nitin Gupta, Associate Professor, Infectious Diseases, KMC Manipal

  • Dr Rosanna Peeling, Professor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

  • Dr Ajay Mallick, Medical Superintendent, AIIMS Kalyani

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