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SAFE (Superbug Awareness For Education) - 2nd Edition

Antimicrobial Resistances

SAFE 2a Edición
01/01/2021 - 31/12/2021
Clara Ballesté
EIT Health

SAFE organises Service Learning workshops for university and secondary school students in countries in southern Europe—the European region with the most serious bacterial resistance problem.

The addition of new consortium members will extend the project piloted last year in Spain and Italy to include Portugal in 2021. In addition, with the objective of promoting knowledge of infectious diseases in all sectors of society, the target audience will be extended to encompass students, teachers, health professionals, and patients.

SAFE II (#EIThealthSAFE) will offer an online course based on the Service Learning approach to primary and secondary school teachers and provide outreach and gamification resources designed to facilitate the transfer of knowledge about antimicrobial resistance. The aim is to reach students in all communities and at all levels of education and to extend the outreach to society in general.

SAFE II will also train health professionals in outreach strategies to raise awareness in the general population about antimicrobial resistance.

Total Funding

102,944.00 euros


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