Evaluation of the Implementation of the UK Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Strategy, 2013-2018

  29 April 2020

The aims of the Strategy were to be achieved through activity in seven areas: improving infection prevention and control; optimising prescribing practice; improving professional education, training and public engagement; developing new drugs, treatments and diagnostics; better access to and use of surveillance data; better identification and prioritisation of research needs; and strengthened international
collaboration. The Strategy was developed within a One Health approach,2 thus the scope of the Strategy included issues relevant to human health, animal health and husbandry, agriculture, and the wider environment.

Author(s): Policy Innovation and Evaluation Research Unit
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