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B.A.R.K. Blog | Review on AMR Conference at the National Academy of Science

Ariel Minardi

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Summary of my experience at the conference on antimicrobial resistance at the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. This conference took place on June 2017 in Washington, D.C.

 

 



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Thanks, Ariel.  As companion animals share our environment so closely, and many of our lifestyles exposures, they are an important part of any comprehensive One Health initiative.  However, getting the human and animal docs and researchers to work well together is an ongoing challenge.

The key point is - we need behavioural change across the board to develop prudent attitudes and actions in regard to antibiotic use, regardless of the species on which they are being used.  Your compendium of existing guidelines and different approaches internationally will be an important resource.

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