One Health—Its Importance in Helping to Better Control Antimicrobial Resistance

Approaching any issue from a One Health perspective necessitates looking at the interactions of people, domestic animals, wildlife, plants, and our environment. For antimicrobial resistance this includes antimicrobial use (and abuse) in the human, animal and environmental sectors. More importantly, the spread of resistant bacteria and resistance determinants within and between these sectors and globally must be addressed.

Article: Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease

Clean environment   Effective surveillance   Healthy animals   Secure Food  
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Advancing data technologies to corner AMR 2019

International Matchmaking Symposium on 5 June, 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Artificial Intelligence, Internet-of-Things and Blockchain to stop ever-escalating Antimicrobial resistance.

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