New Roadmap Outlines Strategies To Address Antimicrobial Resistance For European Country Governments, E.U.

European Public Health Alliance: More E.U. leadership needed to tackle AMR crisis says new roadmap
Rosemary Hindle, communications officer with the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA), announces a new roadmap for addressing antimicrobial resistance released by the AMR Stakeholder Network, a “pan-European civil-society led network, bringing together 80 organizations and individuals committed to tackling AMR at national, regional, and European level from a ‘One Health’ approach. The network is hosted within the European Commission’s Health Policy Platform and led by the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA).” Hindle writes, “The new Roadmap outlines 5 concrete strategies with corresponding targets for the E.U. and national decision-makers should take in order to step up their efforts in the fight against AMR” (11/18).

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