Harnessing alternative sources of antimicrobial resistance data to support surveillance in low-resource settings

One of the most pressing challenges facing the global surveillance of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is the generation, sharing, systematic analysis and dissemination of data in low-resource settings.

The authors explore how untapped sources of data could provide a short-term solution that bridges the gap between now and the time when routine surveillance capacity will have been established and how this could continue to support surveillance efforts in the future.

Article: Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 

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