The four international health agencies (including WHO, FAO, OIE, UNEP), collectively known as the Quadripartite released the One Health Priority Research Agenda for Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) report to help prevent and mitigate AMR in humans, animals, agriculture, and the environment. We are thrilled to have Professor Hein Min TUN contributing as one of the experts in this historic report in the research area of “Transmission”.
The One Health Priority Research Agenda for Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) report is a joint initiative to assist in directing and catalysing scientific interest and financial investments for multisectoral priority research agenda for countries and funding bodies. The research agenda also serves as a guide for One Health AMR research, helping policymakers, researchers, and a multidisciplinary scientific community to work together on solutions to prevent and mitigate AMR within the One Health approach.
The research agenda focuses on five pillars:
- Integrated Surveillance
- Behavioural Insights and Change
- Economics and Policy
Implementing this research agenda will support priority-setting and development of policy and practice-relevant evidence for countries to simultaneously address the threat of AMR and facilitate national action plan (NAP) implementation and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030.
For the full report, please visit HERE.