Martin Mickelsson

Researcher at Department of Women's and Children's Health, Swedesd - Sustainability Learning and Research Centre

Email:
martin.mickelsson[AT-sign]swedesd.uu.se
Visiting address:
MTC-huset, Dag Hammarskjöldsväg 14B, 1 tr
75237 Uppsala
Postal address:
Akademiska sjukhuset
751 85 UPPSALA

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PhD

Master of Education

Conducting postdoctoral research with the project Living with microbial roommates: Health literacy capability in antimicrobial resistance education.

Martin´s research explores antimicrobial resistance as a pressing issue for environmental and sustainability education as well as the the scaling and implementation of health education.

Part of the Re-Sovle international research network, facilitating participatory research workshops in the global south and global north.

Keywords: learning global health antimicrobial resistance environmental and sustainability education health education health literacy

From March 2021, postdoctoral researcher with SWEDESD (Sustainability Learning and Research Centre) located at the Department of Women's and Children´s Health, Faculty of Medicine, Uppsala University.

Member of the research group GHRIS (Global Health Research on Implementation and Sustainability.

Living with microbial roommates: Health literacy capability in antimicrobial resistance education
International postdoctoral research project, funded by Swedish Research Council, March 2021-2024 (Project-id: 2020-04567).

The purpose of this research project is to study approaches to, and conditions for, Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) education among health practitioners. How AMR education can enable health practitioners in supporting the development of health literacy capabilities among local communities in Zimbabwe and South Africa are explored as part of the project. Drawing on the theoretical approaches of Health literacy capabilities and experiential learning, the project will use participatory research workshops as the data generating method. As such, the project has the dual purpose of building-capacity among workshop participants and generating data regarding AMR education. Generated data will be analysed using an retroductive method, emphasising theory development regarding ABR education from a health literacy capability perspective.The research process centers on two series of participatory research workshops. Combined with continuous support and reflective opportunities, they enable health practitioners to develop their approaches to ABR education and adapt these to their ongoing health practices. The research is expected, drawing on the experiences of the participants before, during and between the workshops, to result in new perspectives on AMR education.

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Martin Mickelsson