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Actualité (Résistance aux antimicrobiens)

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AMR's multiple dimensions call for action on all fronts    epha.org

The June Uppsala Health Summit (UHS), `A World Without Antibiotics' expanded the discussion about antimicrobial resistance (AMR) at European and national level by examining this critical health threa[...]

WHA adopts resolutions on AMR and immunization    epha.org

On 25 May 2015, the 68th World Health Assembly (WHA) - the supreme decision-making body of WHO which convenes annually in Geneva - agreed resolutions to tackle antimicrobial resistance and improve ac[...]

Exploring new ways to fight antimicrobial resistance    europa.eu

EMA to host workshop on therapeutic use of bacteriophages[...]

Report - Safer healthcare in Europe: improving patient safety and fighting antimicrobial resistance - A8-0142/2015 - Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety    europa.eu

REPORT on safer healthcare in Europe: improving patient safety and fighting antimicrobial resistance Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Piernicola Pedicini Source : © Europea[...]

WHO report finds systems to combat antibiotic resistance lacking    who.int

WHO urges countries to reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance by implementing a national plan that prevents the misuse of antibiotics. A new WHO report highlights the need for governments to t[...]

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