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Community pharmacy in Semarang, Indonesia

Response to future outbreaks should involve community pharmacies

Community pharmacies play a crucial role in responding to the pandemic, but they require access to guidelines and equipment, a new study in Indonesia reveals PINTAR press release, 17 March 2022 Drug retail outlets such as community pharmacies and private drug stores could help to reduce pressures on health system

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High-level webinar marks start of new phase of PINTAR Study

In commemoration of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, the PINTAR research team successfully organised a webinar with the theme “Spread Awareness, Stop Resistance” on 27th November. The webinar, specifically targeted to pharmacists who work at pharmacies in Semarang City, registered 190 attendees. The session was officially opened by the Head of

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client interacts at the counter of a private drug outlet in Indonesia

Engaging drug retail outlets essential to combat AMR

New research shows that two thirds of visits to private drug retail outlets in Indonesia resulted in the dispensing of antibiotics without a prescription The problem of antimicrobial resistance – or AMR – is amplified by the incorrect or over-prescribing of antibiotics. It is a major and complex public health

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Thumbnail of the new video by the ReAct group which shows how millions of children's lives are at risk due to antibiotic resistance (AMR)

Children at Risk due to AMR: A film by ReAct

A new short film by the ReAct group – an international independent network dedicated to the threat of antibiotic resistance – shows how children’s lives are at risk around the globe due to the threat of antibiotic resistance. This ReAct film, directed by Staffan Hildebrand, depicts how effective antibiotics are

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PINTAR Voices: Eni Setiawati

In ‘PINTAR Voices’ we ask questions to international AMR experts about their work, the private sector, informing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic. This month’s guest is Eni Setiawati, S.Farm, Apt, M.Si: A pharmacist, Pharmacist and Medical Supplies Staff of the Semarang City Health Office, and Advocacy and Member Development Coordinator at the

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PINTAR Voices: Dr Kathy Holloway

In ‘PINTAR Voices’ we ask questions to international AMR experts about their work, the private sector, informing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic. This month’s guest is Dr Kathy Holloway, from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex Campus, United Kingdom, former WHO Regional Advisor on Essential Drugs and Other

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PINTAR Voices: Dr Harry Parathon

In ‘PINTAR Voices’ we ask questions to international AMR experts about their work, the private sector, informing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic. Our first guest is Dr Harry Parathon, Chief of Urogynecology Reconstruction Division at Airlangga University in Surabaya, Indonesia and Head of the National Committee for Antimicrobial Resistance Control

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Community pharmacy in Semarang, Indonesia

Response to future outbreaks should involve community pharmacies

Community pharmacies play a crucial role in responding to the pandemic, but they require access to guidelines and equipment, a new study in Indonesia reveals PINTAR press release, 17 March 2022 Drug retail outlets such as community pharmacies and private drug stores could help to reduce pressures on health system

Read More »

High-level webinar marks start of new phase of PINTAR Study

In commemoration of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, the PINTAR research team successfully organised a webinar with the theme “Spread Awareness, Stop Resistance” on 27th November. The webinar, specifically targeted to pharmacists who work at pharmacies in Semarang City, registered 190 attendees. The session was officially opened by the Head of

Read More »
client interacts at the counter of a private drug outlet in Indonesia

Engaging drug retail outlets essential to combat AMR

New research shows that two thirds of visits to private drug retail outlets in Indonesia resulted in the dispensing of antibiotics without a prescription The problem of antimicrobial resistance – or AMR – is amplified by the incorrect or over-prescribing of antibiotics. It is a major and complex public health

Read More »
Thumbnail of the new video by the ReAct group which shows how millions of children's lives are at risk due to antibiotic resistance (AMR)

Children at Risk due to AMR: A film by ReAct

A new short film by the ReAct group – an international independent network dedicated to the threat of antibiotic resistance – shows how children’s lives are at risk around the globe due to the threat of antibiotic resistance. This ReAct film, directed by Staffan Hildebrand, depicts how effective antibiotics are

Read More »

PINTAR Voices: Eni Setiawati

In ‘PINTAR Voices’ we ask questions to international AMR experts about their work, the private sector, informing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic. This month’s guest is Eni Setiawati, S.Farm, Apt, M.Si: A pharmacist, Pharmacist and Medical Supplies Staff of the Semarang City Health Office, and Advocacy and Member Development Coordinator at the

Read More »
various coloured speech bubles

PINTAR Voices: Dr Kathy Holloway

In ‘PINTAR Voices’ we ask questions to international AMR experts about their work, the private sector, informing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic. This month’s guest is Dr Kathy Holloway, from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex Campus, United Kingdom, former WHO Regional Advisor on Essential Drugs and Other

Read More »
various coloured speech bubles

PINTAR Voices: Dr Harry Parathon

In ‘PINTAR Voices’ we ask questions to international AMR experts about their work, the private sector, informing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic. Our first guest is Dr Harry Parathon, Chief of Urogynecology Reconstruction Division at Airlangga University in Surabaya, Indonesia and Head of the National Committee for Antimicrobial Resistance Control

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