The challenges of investigating antimicrobial resistance in Vietnam – what benefits does a One Health approach offer the animal and human health sectors?

  12 February 2020

The findings of this study suggest that there is potential to strengthen multi-sectorial collaboration between the animal and human health sectors by building upon existing informal networks. Based on these results, we recommend an inclusive approach to multi-sectorial communication supported by government network activities to facilitate partnerships and create cross-disciplinary awareness and participation. The themes relating to diagnostic capacity show that both sectors are facing challenges to undertake investigations in AMR. Our results indicate that the need to strengthen the animal health sector is more pronounced.

Further reading: BMC Public Health
Author(s): Marisa E. V. Mitchell, Robyn Alders, Fred Unger, Hung Nguyen-Viet, Trang Thi Huyen Le & Jenny-Ann Toribio
Effective Surveillance   Healthy Animals   Healthy Patients  
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