ReAct – Action Against Antibiotic Resistance
ReAct is conducting a web-based survey to help understand globally the perception and experiences of physicians treating neonates with sepsis infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Particularly, it aims to understand physicians face treatment problems and failures due to antibiotic resistance in bacteria causing neonatal sepsis, as well as the awareness, policies, or guidelines and challenges they face when treating these patients. The survey is 30 questions and takes approximately 10 minutes to answer. The collection of survey responses will end on August 31st.
In order to achieve our purpose and considering that AMR is a global threat, I would like kindly to ask you to share this communication and survey links widely among your members and/ or other medical networks or associations in order to get valuable feedback which will help us to identify the existing gaps in this matter in Low-income countries, mainly from South-Asia and African countries. We have already received support from some organisations like @LA_Rednetwork and Neocosur in Latin America and due to this collaboration, we have gotten many responses from this region.
Thank You in advance for your attention and support during these singular and extremely difficult times for the medical field worldwide.
You can contact Celina Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or comments. The survey is available in three languages (English, French, and Spanish) per the below links: