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Dr Rebecca King

Associate Professor of International Health
Areas of expertise
Community Engagement; Antimicrobial Resistance; Applied Qualitative Health Research
Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development
Faculty of Medicine and Health
School of Medicine

Rebecca leads a portfolio of research, which brings together her expertise in participatory community-based interventions, the importance of embedding approaches within the existing health infrastructure, and the critical need to address antimicrobial resistance globally. She co-leads a global network of researchers and practitioners working to address AMR through community engagement (CE4AMR), and leads or engages with a number of projects exploring these issues. She co-chairs the University of Leeds steering group on antimicrobial resistance. Rebecca has methodological expertise in applied qualitative health research in international health and has provided expert leadership on the qualitative components of approximately 30 projects in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, China, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Swaziland, Zambia, Uganda, Mozambique and the UK.