Global Antimicrobial Stewardship Partnership Hub

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Partner Directory

Individuals with a clinical, research, education, or scientific interest in the effective use of antimicrobials are entitled to access content on this site (free of charge).

Healthcare, Academic, Patient advocacy and Commercial Organisations are invited to join GASPH as Global Partners. An Organisation registering as a Partner must confirm and agree to all terms of GASPH Terms of Engagement.

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A Partner Organisation must nominate a named representative to sit on the GASPH Global Advisory Board. Representatives on the Board will act in the interests of the Hub, offer expertise both in relation to their economic territory and on behalf of their Partner Organisation.

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22 Partners
Name
Professor Andreas Voss
Job Title
ISAC President
Organisation summary

ISAC was founded in 1961 and aims to advance the education and the science of therapy of infection through the establishment of an international federation of affiliated national and regional societies with similar aims and objectives. ISAC currently has a worldwide membership composed of 95 national and regional societies. The society is governed by its Board of Directors / Trustees, Executive Committee and Council. ISAC Council consists of the Executive Committee members and representatives from its Member Societies and meets at least every two years in conjunction with its biennial congress; the  International Congress of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (ICC).

ISAC is a registered charity in England and Wales, UK (Charity Commission registration number 1139367) and a company limited by guarantee (Companies House, England and Wales, UK registration number 7251522).

ISAC currently has 22 Working Groups and actively encourages and / or sponsors the formation of international working groups for special research, training projects or the use of therapeutics in the field of anti-infective therapy. Of note, the Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics (APUA), which was founded in 1981, merged with ISAC in 2019 and has consolidated ISAC’s aims to refine its focus towards antimicrobial stewardship and antimicrobial resistance.

ISAC owns / co-owns two journals: the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents (IF 5.283) and the Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance (IF 4.035).  The society is in the process of launching the “ISAC Academy”. Its aims to move its biennial ICC around the globe; the 32nd ICC will be held in Australian in November 2022.

Interested in collaborating on
AMS accreditation, Behavioural science, e-Learning, Education, Events, Mentorship, Research
Current Collaborations
Memorandum of Understanding with the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.
Email
secretariat@isac.world
Phone number
Name
Lee Durnall
Job Title
Public Affairs Lead
Organisation summary

Menarini is committed to the fight against antimicrobial resistance (AMR), a serious threat to global public health. We are working collaboratively with partners to champion good stewardship and to share best practice in reducing the impact of AMR.

Since 2019 we have made available 3 antibiotics for healthcare professionals and their patients to tackle difficult-to-treat pathogens. Menarini supports the responsible use of antibiotics through a range of antimicrobial stewardship programmes.

Website: https://www.menarini.co.uk

 

Interested in collaborating on
e-Learning, Education, Events
Current Collaborations
Menarini is a member of the Infection Management Coalition (IMC) which spans opinion leaders, health professionals, the scientific community and industry. We are working together to address infection prevention, diagnosis, and effective treatment (www.TheIMC.org). Menarini are proud to be an industry partner of The UK Antimicrobial Registry (UKAR) which is being developed by the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC) to provide prescribers and organisations the opportunity to capture real world usage of antimicrobial agents and identify where the real clinical unmet need lies, while helping to contain and control the threat of antimicrobial resistance.
Email
ldurnall@menariniuk.com
Phone number
+44 (0)7776 227380
Name
Lul Raka
Job Title
Microbiologist (Medical)
Organisation summary

The National Institute of Public Health is the highest health, professional and scientific institution of Kosovo, organizes, develops, supervises, and implements public health policies in Kosovo.

It is a Health Institution that plans, programs and evaluates health policies, prepares and implements the public health strategy, health policy and health economics, and health information throughout the territory of Kosovo.

Antimicrobial use and resistance is one of the top priorities at all levels of health care. So far, two National Action Plans were implemented by the Ministry of Health, based in “One Health” approach by WHO and ECDC.

Interested in collaborating on
AMS accreditation, Behavioural science, e-Learning, Education, Events, Research
Current Collaborations
WHO, ECDC, Robert Koch
Email
lul.raka@uni-pr.edu
Phone number
+38344368289
Name
Randa Bazzi
Job Title
Veterinary Practitioner
Organisation summary

We are group of motivated veterinarians from Jordan.
Our mission is to raise awareness for One health concepts in Jordan
Our vision is to build a professional team who believe in a healthier world for ALL.

Interested in collaborating on
e-Learning, Education, Events, Mentorship
Current Collaborations
Research
Email
randaalali12@outlook.com
Phone number
+962798234650
Name
Geetanjali Kapoor
Job Title
Microbiologist (Clinical)
Organisation summary

The One Health Trust (OHT) uses research and stakeholder engagement to improve the health and well-being of our planet and its inhabitants. OHT continues and builds on the work of the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP), which for more than a decade has conducted vitally important research on major global health challenges, including Covid-19, antimicrobial resistance, hospital infections, tuberculosis, malaria, pandemic preparedness and response, vaccines, medical oxygen shortages, and noncommunicable diseases. OHT’s work now expands to take on issues related to climate change, biodiversity protection, and the effect of changing human diets on the planet.
At OHT, we believe that answers to the world’s most critical questions lie between disciplines. Accordingly, our researchers employ a range of expertise—from economics, epidemiology, disease modeling, and risk analysis to clinical and veterinary medicine, geographic information systems, and statistics—to conduct actionable, policy-oriented research.
OHT has offices in Washington, D.C., and Bangalore, India, with researchers based in North America, Africa, and Asia. Our projects lead to policy recommendations and scientific studies published in leading journals. We are experienced in addressing country-specific and regional issues as well as global challenges. Our research is renowned for innovative approaches to design and analysis.

Interested in collaborating on
Interested in collaborating - Other
AMR surveillance
Current Collaborations
On Fleming Fund
Email
gkapoor@onehealthtrust.org
Phone number
+919717470501
Name
Krupali Patel
Job Title
Assistant Professor
Organisation summary

The Parul Institute of Public Health (PIPH) is a focal point of multi-disciplinary education, research, training, and advocacy on public health. Instituted in 2016 as a constituent of Parul University; PIPH is emerging as a leading institute for imparting public health education. Over the years, the institution has built a well-established network with public, private, and governmental institutions both at the national and international levels. PIPH has young, dynamic, and resourceful faculties. Currently, the institute is working on AMR DASHboard development for university hospitals. Also, we are actively working on public health innovation for WASH in HCFs for example WASH magic box, and solar energy-based sterilization for mops.

Interested in collaborating on
AMS accreditation, Behavioural science, e-Learning, Education, Events, Mentorship, Research
Current Collaborations
1. Institutional Based: Indian Institute of Public Health Gandhinagar, 2. MINDS Foundation, 3. Deepak Foundation, 4. Plan India
Email
pkrups78@gmail.com
Phone number
+919033464399
Name
Juan Carlos Celis Salinas
Job Title
Infectious Diseases Physician
Organisation summary

The Peruvian Society of Infectious and Tropical Diseases was founded in March 1987 with the purpose of bringing together Medical Specialists in Infectious Diseases, Tropical Medicine and related specialties. It currently has 120 members and is considered by the Medical College to be a Major Society.

Interested in collaborating on
AMS accreditation, e-Learning, Education, Events, Mentorship
Current Collaborations
None
Email
doctorcelis@yahoo.com
Phone number
+51998053121
Name
Rodrigo Santos
Job Title
Infectious Diseases Physician
Organisation summary

Qualis is a company that works with stewardship through telemedicine in 35 different centers in Brazil. Our infectious diseases physicians respond in real-time to prescripitons in our hospitals. Our results were published in telemedicne telecare in 2013 and 2018.

Interested in collaborating on
e-Learning, Research
Current Collaborations
None
Email
rodrigo@portalqualis.com.br
Phone number
+555130284992
Name
Jane Cunningham
Job Title
Infectious Diseases Physician
Organisation summary

I work across MSF Access campaign and the NHS in the UK

Interested in collaborating on
AMS accreditation, Behavioural science, e-Learning, Education, Events, Mentorship, Research, Other
Interested in collaborating - Other
Global project affecting LMICs
Current Collaborations
Working in the global AMR sphere
Email
jane.cunningham@london.msf.org
Phone number
+447831121566
Name
Ruben Dario Riano Moreno
Job Title
Chief of products
Organisation summary

Vidiia Ltd is a spin out of Brunel, Lancaster and Surrey University, based on technology developed to increase accessibility to field-based testing for viruses and bacteria.​
The billion-dollar global human and animal testing market is predominantly laboratory centralised, PCR based, lengthy, and expensive. Vidiia’s proven AI-driven, low cost, portable and app-based platform produces PCR quality results in minutes. ​
The Vidiia strategy enables quality bench-based university research to be commercialised through the platform, creating impact in society and tests in the market.​

Interested in collaborating on
Research
Current Collaborations
none, we will like to start collaborating
Email
ruben.riano@vidiia.co.uk
Phone number
+447513052354