Determining individual roles and responsibilities of parties in tackling antimicrobial resistance is a matter of increasing urgency.
We recommend adding structure around this collaboration, outlining a basic framework for an integrated response built around the pillars of detect, develop and deliver.
There’s a key link between trust and value—both economic and societal.
That’s why recovering the public’s trust—and the trust between the public and private sectors—is a prerequisite to achieving a sustained recovery.
Explore our library of thought-provoking insights—written by thought leaders at PwC and in academia, and organised around breaking themes—on one of today’s most critical strategic issues.
How the strongest supply chains protect what customers cherish most
When a disruption hits your supply chain, will you be able to keep giving customers what they most value? Here are four keys to building your supply chain resilience.
Standing Together: A Coordinated Response to Drug Resistance and Other Novel Threats to Public Health
The challenge of becoming resilient in the face of growing antimicrobial resistance is taking on increased urgency. This PwC article offers a clear plan for action.
The Emergence of Novel Pathogens: The Greatest Risk of Hubris in Human Health
Antimicrobial resistance threatens human health worldwide. While governments, industry and providers are addressing it, their efforts must be coordinated, argues the author.
Examining the leadership, trust, organisational performance and societal value equation
There’s a key link between leadership and trust, & economic and societal value. The World Economic Forum, aided by PwC, discusses why trust is such a powerful asset today.