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Sectors: Health, Innovation, Research

Beneficiaries: Research centres

Regions: European Economic Area, European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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WE Funding – JPI AMR – Encourage…
Funds for: Assemble motivated groups of leading experts and establish networks
Main beneficiaries: Transnational networks

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: Assemble motivated groups of leading experts and establish networks
Main beneficiaries: Transnational networks

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Objectives
– To assemble motivated groups of leading experts and establish networks in order to enhance resource alignment and maximize existing and future efforts to combat AMR;
– To push forward the conceptualisation of ideas in order to provide white papers, prospective views, guidelines and/or best practices/roadmaps/systematic reviews and frameworks to identify key questions to be addressed or identify potential solutions to overcome barriers to AMR research studies

Priorities
– Commit to a comprehensive, financed national AMR action plan with accountability and civil society engagement;
– Strengthen surveillance and laboratory capacity;
– Ensure uninterrupted access to essential medicines of assured quality;
– Regulate and promote rational use of medicines in animal husbandry and to ensure proper care of patients;
– Enhance infection prevention and control;
– Foster innovations, research and development of new tools

Among financed actions
1. Impact of surveillance on prevention, intervention, clinical practice, infection control, treatment and patient management
2. Surveillance of AMR in the healthy population: Risk factors; risk groups (e.g. migrants, travelers), reservoirs, and monitoring systems
3. Surveillance of non-human AMR reservoirs: Strategies, models, and technologies for tracing AMR in food, animals and the environment
4. Improvement and standardisation of methods
5. Quality assurance, curation and sharing data
6. Surveillance technology and tools: Optimization of methods for outbreaks, rapidly emerging clones, resource-poor settings and global coverage
7. Social networks, big data and deep learning for AMR surveillance and prevention