Articles & editorials
Articles & editorials
Published in the 2018 issue of "AMR Control", the leading annual review on antimicrobial resistance, this article summarizes EU-JAMRAI mission and objectives.
"AMR Control" published in their 2019 magazine an overview of the results achieved by EU-JAMRAI during the first 18 months of implementation.
An article published by Oxford University Press that takes a closer look at four potential financing models (diagnosis-related group carve-out, stewardship taxes, transferable exclusivity voucher, and a European-based “pay or play” model) and evaluate them from a European perspective.
Noting that IPC is one of the most cost-effective interventions against infections, this article published in BMC formulates a strategic research agenda with sixteen research priorities and identifies three urgent needs.
Building the European Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance network in veterinary medicine (EARS-Vet)
Published in Eurosurveillance, this article highlights the need of building a European network to detect emerging AMR, report on the current AMR situation and follow trends of AMR in bacterial pathogens of animals.
In this white paper, EU-JAMRAI authors joined the networks JPI-AMR, ARCH and COMBACTE-MAGNET EPI-Net to formulate a set of target actions that link the surveillance of antimicrobial usage and antimicrobial resistance with antimicrobial stewardship activities.
Paper on the EARS-Vet scope defined by consensus between 26 European experts to better address animal health in the strategy to mitigate AMR and better understand the multi-sectoral AMR epidemiology in Europe.
Published by WHO bulletin, this article highlights the importance of increasing the transparency of the complicated and fractured supply chain to reduce medicine shortages, a common problem that has been exacerbated by COVID-19 because of increased demand, lockdowns, border closures and hoarding.
Published in the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy from Oxford Academic, the objective of this article is defining the combinations of animal species/production types/age categories/bacterial species/specimens/antimicrobials to be monitored in the European Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance network in Veterinary medicine (EARS-Vet)
Review and analysis of national monitoring systems for antimicrobial resistance in animal bacterial pathogens in Europe: a basis for the development of EARS-Vet
Published in Frontiers, this study identifies national monitoring systems for AMR in bacterial pathogens of animals among 27 countries affiliated to EU-JAMRAI, describes their structures and operations, and analyzes their respective strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.