Around 1 in 20 (6%) of patients are affected by preventable harm in medical care; of which around 12% causes permanent disability or death. These infections are contracted by an estimated 1.7 million patients annually and responsible for 99;000 deaths each year. Preventing disease and controlling spread of resistant bacteria is of major importance when tackling antibiotic resistance. Already; AMR infections are estimated to cause 700;000 deaths each year globally; which is predicted to rise to 10 million; alongside a cumulative cost of $100 trillion; by 2020 if no action is taken. The conference aims at providing platform to experts from hospitals; academia; and government institutions discussing the innovations; challenges; and future aspects of infection control; decontamination; and sterilization.