A One Health approach to assessing occupational exposure to antimicrobial resistance in Thailand: The FarmResist project

  30 January 2021

This Southeast Asia-Europe research project will use a One Health approach to identify the major parameters responsible for the presence of animal-associated antimicrobial resistant bacteria in animal production facilities in Thailand and the risk of their transmission from animals to humans. We will focus on traditional, small, extensive pig and poultry farms where information on antibiotic use is scarce and animals live in close contact with humans. This cross-sectional study will be based on the epidemiological analysis of the antimicrobial resistance (AMR) present in fecal samples from animals and humans. 

Further reading: Plos One
Author(s): Duangdao Sudatip, Kittipong Chasiri, Anamika Kritiyakan, Wantanee Phanprasit, Chuanphot Thinphovong, Surapee Tiengrim, Visanu Thamlikitkul, Rim Abdallah, Sophie Alexandra Baron, Jean-Marc Rolain, Serge Morand, Markus Hilty, Anne Oppliger
Effective Surveillance  


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Antimicrobial Resistance Fighter Coalition


JSS University


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