Implementing the Belgian One Health National Antimicrobial Resistance Action Plan
During this session we will employ a systems approach to reach a better understanding of the interactions between the actors of the AMR‐NAP and with the complex Belgian socio-economic context.
The primary aims are:
- To identify the actors of the existing AMR control, their roles, knowledge, capacities and perspectives.
- To identify various other stakeholders, their roles, motives, and perspectives.
- To gain an inventory of exiting links and relationships.
- To establish our common current understanding of biological and social mechanisms related to AM use and development of AMR.
The session will result in a visual representation or “map” of the way the field of AMR control is organised in Belgium today.
With the map we will:
- Identify critical control points for the evaluation of the AMR–NAP
- Identify missing communication links
- Identify missing data and knowledge
- Gain a better understanding of the dynamics between different elements, sectors and disciplines, such as reinforcing and balancing feedback loops.
- Gain a holistic view on biological and social dynamics involved AMU and AMR.
Display your AMR Technology, Product and Service
Suppliers and Users of Technologies, Products and Services benefit from CAPI.
CAPI (Continuous AMR Partnering Initiative) unites Suppliers and Users worldwide with the aim to add to the curbing of AMR.