Antimicrobial Resistance Situational Analysis 2019–2020: Design and Performance for Human Health Surveillance in Uganda

  30 September 2021

Antibiotic resistance and its mechanisms have been known for over six decades, but global efforts to characterize its routine drivers have only gained momentum in the recent past. Drivers of clinical and community resistance go beyond just clinical practice, which is why one-health approaches offer the most realistic option for controlling antibiotic resistance. It is noteworthy that emergence of resistance occurs naturally in the environment, but akin to climate change, the current accelerated emergence and spread bears hallmarks of anthropomorphic influence. If left unchecked, this has the potential to undo medical and agricultural advancements of the last century.

Author(s): Ibrahimm Mugerwa, Susan N. Nabadda, Janet Midega, Consolata Guma, Simeon Kalyesubula and Adrian Muwonge
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