After one year of continuous work and commitment, the EU-funded Joint Action on Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infections (EU-JAMRAI) met in Vienna from the 7th to the 9th of November of 2018 for its first General Assembly. The meeting assembled 44 partners from 27 countries, European and international organizations as well as stakeholders representing health professionals, industry and civil society.
Marie-Cécile Ploy, the coordinator of the project, thanked all members for the work done during the first year of the Joint Action: "I would like to thank all the partners involved in this JA. You have worked hard during this first year. I thank the WP leaders for fostering the synergies and for respecting the timeline and deliverable due dates. I would like also to thank warmly the European and international organisations that EU-JAMRAI partners have requested, especially ECDC and WHO Europe for their active support. All countries involved in EU-JAMRAI have actively participated to the work, participating to country-to-country visits or responding to questionnaires. The progresses made during this first year are closely related to your continued commitment!".
You can have access to the opening key note document by Marie-Cecile Ploy, coordinator of the JAMRAI.
See the images of the event in our Flickr account
Please follow this link to download the press realease
Please follow this link to download the minutes
The Annual Meeting presentations can be downloaded in the following links:
If you would like to take a look to the agendas:
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