Optimizing an Antimicrobial Resistance Toolkit

Project: Research project

Project Details


The primary goal of this project is to optimize an Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Toolkit to be used across a variety of contexts, for example by patient advocacy groups. Northwestern will incorporate health literacy best practices to ensure that the AMR Toolkit is easy to understand and navigate for a broad audience. They will also create an accompanying, high-level Summary of the essential, ‘need to know’ information. The Northwestern team will work with an independent graphic designer – who is well-versed in health literacy best practices – to create optimal imagery and designs for the Toolkit and Summary.
Effective start/end date4/15/2112/31/21


  • Pfizer Inc. (Agmt 6/14/21)


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