The article ‘How partnerships are driving new treatments for tuberculosis’ has just been published on World Evidence-Based Healthcare (EBHC) Day blog, introducing ERA4TB’s aims and work. This piece reflects on how partnerships are an essential component to the success of ERA4TB and the opportunities that working across so many different organisational structures provides for fighting against tuberculosis.

Read the full article here.

Moreover, Katharine Cresswell, Senior Analyst at the UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), who is in charge of external communications for the ERA4TB project has become a World EBHC Day Evidence Ambassador for the 2022 #WorldEBHCDay campaign, ‘Partnerships for Purpose’: an initiative to highlight how partnerships within and across the global evidence ecosystem work to bridge research, policy and practice and realise the potential of evidence-based healthcare.