One Health antimicrobial resistance and epidemiological models
This domain focuses on Antimicrobial Resistance and Epidemiological Models.
Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is a broad term that refers to the ability of microbes (bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites) to resist the action of antimicrobial substances or therapeutic drugs used to treat the diseases they cause. WHO urges Science and Policy to address AMR as a global health threat that negatively impacts human and animal health.
And there is no time to wait (IAGC, 2019).
Therefore, it is necessary to start adaptation/mitigation actions with a One-Health model (Man-Animals-Environment). Accordingly, it is essential to create environmental health surveillance based on hospitals, primary health care, laboratories, environment and veterinary data
September 27, h 9,00 CEST
Antonella Agodi – Director of the Department of Medical, Surgical and Advanced Technologies “GF Ingrassia
- infection and antimicrobial resistance
- COVID-19 and long COVID-19
- vector borne diseases
- epidemiology models and policies