The PLATINEA collaboration platform consists of 21 partners from academia, authorities, healthcare and industry. The common goal is to ensure that existing antibiotics are used in the best way and to ensure availability of important antibiotics that risk disappearing from Sweden.
PLATINEA is coordinated by Uppsala University.
The 21 partners included in PLATINEA are: Uppsala University Hospital, the Swedish Pharmaceutical Society, Cortexa Life Science, the Public Health Agency of Sweden, University of Gothenburg, Karolinska Institutet, Karolinska University Hospital / Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital /Region Stockholm, Karopharma, Linköping University, The Swedish Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry, MSD, Viatris, Pfizer, Recipharm, Region Västerbotten, RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden), Skåne University Hospital, Strama (National program council for antibiotic resistance), Tamro, Umeå University Hospital and Uppsala University.
For more information, read below about each partner:
Uppsala University Hospital
Uppsala University Hospital (Akademiska Sjukhuset AS) is one of the largest hospitals in Sweden. At the University Hospital, healthcare are offered with high quality and with a great commitment. The quality of healthcare, the close collaboration with Uppsala University and the strong life science cluster are the basis for internationally competitive clinical research and education.
Swedish Pharmaceutical Society
Swedish Pharmaceutical Society (Apotekarsocieteten) is a non-profit organization for professionals engaged in the field of Pharmaceuticals. The aim of the organization is to support research and innovation in medicines and healthcare, and to promote high professional standards through supporting education and professional development.
CORTEXA LIFE SCIENCE
Public Health Agency of Sweden
The Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten) has a national responsibility for public health issues and works to ensure good public health. The agency also works to ensure that the population is protected against communicable diseases and other health threats.
University of Gothenburg
University of Gothenburg (Göteborgs universitet) is a large university with quality-driven research, education and collaboration in an inspiring environment. Strong research and attractive study programmes attract scientists and students from all around the world.
Karolinska Institutet (KI) is one of the world’s foremost medical universities. Their vision is to make a significant contribution to the improvement of human health; their mission is to conduct research and education and to interact with the community. As a university, KI is Sweden’s single largest centre of medical academic research and offers the country’s widest range of medical courses and programmes.
Karolinska University Hospital / Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital
Karolinska University Hospital (Karolinska universitetssjukhuset) is one of the largest university hospitals in Europe. Together with Karolinska Institutet, the hospital is a medical center with a high international reputation. Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital take care of the most seriously ill children from across the country.
Linköping University (LiU) (Linköpings universitet) conducts world-leading research in close collaboration with society. LiU also offers a large number of innovative courses, many of which are professional courses for doctors, teachers and civil engineers.
Swedish Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry
The Swedish Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry (Läkemedelsindustriföreningen - LIF) is the trade association for the research-based pharmaceutical industry in Sweden with about 90 members and associate companies who represent approximately 80 percent of the total sales of pharmaceuticals in Sweden.
MSD is a research-intensive company that, in collaboration with health and medical care, discovers, develops and supplies society with drugs, vaccines and services that improve human health. MSD Sweden has about 170 employees.
Pfizer is one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies in the research and manufacture of new drugs. They have 58 production facilities in the world, one of which is in Strängnäs, Sweden. Pfizer is today the largest supplier of medical treatments in Sweden, with over 140 drugs and vaccines.
Recipharm is a leading Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation (CDMO) employing around 5,000 employees in 10 countries. Recipharm offers pharmaceutical development and manufacturing services of various dosage forms, production of clinical trial material and APIs.
RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden) is Sweden’s research institute and innovation partner. Through their international collaboration programmes with industry, academia and the public sector, they ensure the competitiveness of the Swedish business community on an international level and contribute to a sustainable society.
Skåne University Hospital
Skåne University Hospital (Skåne universitetssjukhus) is the third largest hospital in Sweden and operates in both Malmö and Lund. At Skåne University Hospital, research is closely linked to patient-related clinical activities and is conducted in collaboration with Lund University.
Strama - the Swedish strategic programme against antibiotic resistance - was formed already in 1995, and has since been a driving force in the Swedish work against antibiotic resistance.
Uppsala University (UU) (Uppsala universitet) is the Nordic region’s oldest university – founded in 1477 – and is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world.The University’s nearly 5,000 researchers and teachers conduct world-leading research and offer a seemingly endless number of courses.