UNU–INWEH is currently conducting a scoping review to: (a) assess the state of scientific evidence and interventions addressing human antimicrobial resistance (AMR) risks, and (b) identify water–associated AMR evidence and interventions gaps. We are looking for interns to lead data extraction, analyse results, and potentially co–author research output(s).
Description of Responsibilities
- Conduct research work related to an antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and water scoping review
- Extract Covidence data
- Review and analyse statistical data and relevant public policies.
- Assist with the drafting of scoping review results
- Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor (e.g., develop a two–hour introductory e–learning course on AMR and water risks).