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European Union frames New Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance as ‘One Health Vision’

Europe is considered the world’s best practice region in the field of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). Best practices in the world on AMR are to be found in Sweden, the Netherlands, the UK and Denmark - particularly Denmark has had great success in cutting overuse of antibiotics in farm animals - and Norway for fisheries. All these nations put forth well-structured policies to minimize drug resistance among population and overuse of drug both in people and animals. These European countries show rest of the world how effective policies can bring a change in bringing down drug resistance and how cheap it will be to control it at early stages.

Additionally, a major step in framing action plan has taken place where action on pharmaceutical industrial pollution is needed. Pharmaceutical Industry is lacking in implementing proposed credible solutions for introduction at EU level including changes to Good manufacturing practices and procurement rules.

Recent report by European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) , Europe’s Leading NGO, advocates that AMR is unmanageable when patients acquire hospital-acquired-drug-resistant infection.  Various factors including inadequate infection control and prevention protocol, lack of human and financial resources for managing AMR and insufficient surveillance data together combine to reduce a country’s ability to avoid AMR. As bacteria are not controlled by borders, which may travel to various other nations, may cause alarming infection at global level. Hence, One Health Network commits governments to develop reduction targets and make use of the policy tools available to them to develop and revise their own Action Plans.


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