Global increase in antibiotic resistance signals need for higher quality AMR data
14 December 2022
The WHO Global Antimicrobial Resistance and Use Surveillance System (GLASS), launched in 2015, aims to globally standardize AMR surveillance and foster national surveillance systems to inform AMR control strategies. Since 2017, WHO GLASS has published annual reports describing the magnitude of AMR and the global expansion of surveillance.
Further reading: Antimicrobial Resistance Centre LSHTM
Author(s): Antimicrobial Resistance Centre LSHTMEffective Surveillance
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