Professor Michael Moore BM, BS, MRCP, FRCGP
Professor of Primary Health Care Research
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Professor Michael Moore is Professor of Primary Health Care Research within Medicine at the University of Southampton. He is an academic GP with more than 25 years' experience as a partner in a Salisbury practice. His practice has been engaged in research since 1993 and is now actively contributing to NIHR clinical network research.
We are in danger entering the post antibiotic age - it is our responsibility to identify ways of protecting our current antibiotics for future generations
He leads the academic unit of Primary Care and Population Sciences based within the Faculty of Medicine.
His research interests include the optimal management of acute minor illness with a focus on antibiotic sparing strategies. He was the RCGP National Clinical Champion for Antimicrobial Stewardship 2012-15 and currently serves on the government advisory board for antibiotics (ARHAI). He is a member of NAMRIP, the University’s Network for Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Prevention strategic research group.
Other research interests include depression management, obesity, alcohol and liver disease.
B. Med. Sci. 1980 Nottingham
B.M. B.S. 1982 Nottingham
M.R.C.P. (UK) 1985
Certificate in Health Economics - University of Aberdeen 1999
Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners November 2000
MSC Research in Health (Dist) - University of Southampton 2004