Charlotte Eley

Charlotte is e-Bug Research Assistant and supports the e-Bug Project. She is responsible for the recently developed e-Bug Training Module for Educators around the e-Bug resources; including evaluation, modification and dissemination of the resources. Charlotte also supports other evaluation and research projects within the e-Bug team. She contributes to the dissemination of the e-Bug resources, and is responsible for communicating with key stakeholders and promoting the resources at various engagement events including conferences and exhibitions.

e-Bug: Educating young people on microbes and antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial resistance is a huge public health concern and tackling it is one of PHE’s seven priorities. As antimicrobial resistance worsens, our antibiotics become less effective, and it’s vital that we keep the public informed on this issue including how they can contribute to save …