The Society for Applied Microbiology (SfAM) seeks to advance the science of microbiology, including for the benefit of animal and human health. SfAM is pleased to support Antibiotic Action in raising awareness of the problems associated with the evolution of bacterial resistant to antibiotic therapies; the role of responsible use of antibiotics in mitigating [...]
NIVAS is pleased to support Antibiotic Action and its aims. The absence of effective antibiotics in 21st century medicine is unthinkable. We would encourage our members, professional colleagues and patients to give their support to this important campaign.
To promote prevention and early identification of kidney disease and high quality treatment for all patients at risk from or identified with kidney failure on an equal or uniform basis throughout the UK. The Kidney Alliance is pleased to support the Antibiotic Action Campaign. We note the vulnerability of all kidney patients to infections, [...]
The Society for General Microbiology strongly supports this global initiative which focuses attention on the need to develop new antimicrobial therapies in the face of increasing antimicrobial resistance. Microbiology research has a key role to play in this global challenge.
The Norwegian Society for Medical Mircobiology is pleased to support Antibiotic Action and promote the campaign to the membership of NSMM
The Inter-regional Association for Clinical Microbiology & Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (IACMAC) strongly supports Antibiotic Action in its aims and aspirations. We are delighted to grant our approval to be a supporting society.
The Executive Committee of the Hellenic Society of Chemotherapy, as well as myself as a President, we fully agree with your proposals regarding the ?Antibiotic Action?. Good luck to your efforts!
The Greek Society of Clinical Microbiology & Laboratory Diagnosis (SCMLD) gives its full support to the Antibiotic Action Initiative.
As President of the French Society for Microbiology (Soci√©t√© Fran√ßaise de Microbiologie, SFM), and on behalf of it, we sustain your action in the field of antibiotic and other infectious susbtances. Many things should have been done since 30 years but now the disaster is in sight. Thus, all professionnals and governments have to sustain research, regulation and practices on antibiotics.
The Surviving Sepsis Campaign (United Kingdom) , UK Sepsis Trust and UK Sepsis Group embrace this initiative by Antibiotic Action as key to ensuring that development of antibiotics keeps pace with microbial evolution. Availability of effective antibiotics is the single most important factor in ensuring that as many as possible of the 37,000 patients who die each year from sepsis can be saved. Investment in antibiotic development is, literally, vital.