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Factors influencing antimicrobial resistance in food systems & recommendations for long-term governance under à changing climate - Research brief

Number of pages17
PublisherWaterloo, Canada : University of Waterloo
Publication date2022-03-21
Abstract

▪ AMR development, spread and impact are driven by a complex web of factors that span, human, animal, agriculture, and environment sectors.

▪ Reducing AMR and AMR impacts requires multi-pronged interventions that target human, animal, agriculture, and environment sectors and planning for unintended health, social or economic consequences.

▪ Interventions that address AMR and climate change together, achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and are underpinned by multistakeholder participation and global collaboration are essential to mitigating AMR.

▪ An urgent need to act NOW or the fight against AMR will be lost.

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Keywords
  • Antimicrobial resistance
  • Food systems
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MAJOWICZ, Shannon Elizabeth et al. Factors influencing antimicrobial resistance in food systems & recommendations for long-term governance under à changing climate - Research brief. 2022
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