2021 Webinar Series: Managing Antimicrobial Resistance in Asia: Identification and Implementation of Breakthrough Solutions

29 October 2021, 3.30pm* - 5pm SGT

Via Zoom

*Corresponds to 3.30AM Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), 9.30AM Central European Summer Time (CEST) & 6PM Australian Central Time (ACT)

Healthcare systems are constantly evolving to accommodate innovations in clinical care and expectations in public health. This environment is greatly challenged by the current COVID-19 pandemic, where some gaps in existing systems deepen, and resources are re-prioritised away from other public health projects. Antimicrobial resistance, recognised by the World Health Organization to be a priority public health issue, has worsened and may progress to be the next major threat to healthcare systems globally. Join us for this webinar to understand the efforts to address antimicrobial resistance in Asia, and what practical steps can be taken to prepare our healthcare systems. 




Date and Time

29 Oct 2021 @ 15:30 - 29 Oct 2021 @ 17:00


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John Lim

Prof John Lim

Executive Director
CoRE, Duke-NUS Medical School
Core Lead (Policy)
SingHealth Duke-NUS Global Health Institute



A/Prof Hsu Li Yang

Vice Dean (Global Health) &
Programme Leader 
(Infectious Diseases)
NUS Saw Swee Hock School 
of Public Health 


Fabio La Mola

Mr Fabio La Mola 

Partner and Executive Director
Asia-Pacific Life Sciences
Centre of Excellence
L.E.K. Consulting, Singapore

Lin Yueh Nuo

Ms Lin Yueh Nuo

Deputy Director 
Antimicrobial Resistance 
Coordinating Office 
National Centre for Infectious Diseases

Barry Weinman

Mr Barry Weinman

Regional Market Access Lead
Infectious Diseases
Asia Pacific Region