People-centred framework for addressing antimicrobial resistance in the human health sector [draft report]
This document outlines the concept and structure of the World Health Organization (WHO) draft
People-centred framework for addressing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in human health. It consists
of 13 high-level interventions that span four pillars critical to overcome people and systems
challenges in addressing AMR: (1) prevention of infections, (2) access to essential health services, (3)
timely and accurate diagnosis and (4) appropriate and quality-assured treatment. The pillars are
supported by two foundations on effective governance and on strategic surveillance and research
information. You are invited to download the draft report and take the consultation survey!
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