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.