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The second phase of the CoEval-AMR project is launched

The networkCoEval-AMR (COnvergence in EVALuation frameworks for the evaluation of integrated surveillance systems for antimicrobial resistance) was developed in 2019 to improve the evaluation of integrated surveillance systems for usage (AMU) as well as antimicrobial resistance (AMR) . This group of researchers notably developed a tool to assist in the selection of evaluation tools and developed a guide to facilitate evaluation, available on the project website.


The second phase of this network's activities is now launched and led by Cécile Aenishaenslin, thanks to funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research awarded through the Joint Programming Initiative for Antimicrobial resistance program. This second stage will focus more specifically on the evaluation of the governance and impact of the AMR and AMU surveillance systems. The results will lead to improved assessment methods and tools, as well as a better understanding of the added value of integrated “One Health” surveillance more generally. You can also follow the project on ResearchGate.

To hear Cecile Aenishaenslin present the different elements that can be evaluated in an integrated surveillance system for antimicrobial use and antimicrobial resistance,it's here!

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