Pathway of AMR for a veterinary services professional
This pathway is aimed at veterinarians, para-veterinarians, farmers, field/veterinarian officers and veterinarian pharmacists. In the modules of this pathway you will learn about good laboratory practice and management, the OneHealth approach to tackling AMR, surveillance in AMR, the fundamentals of AMR data management and its use for communication and antibiotic stewardship in the animal health sector.
The following courses are in this pathway:
- AMR surveillance and you
- The problem of AMR
- Introducing AMR
- AMR in animals
- Isolating and identifying bacteria (animal health)
- Antimicrobial susceptibility testing
- Introducing a One Health approach to AMR
- An introduction to AMR surveillance
- Introducing AMR surveillance systems
- AMR surveillance in animals
- Sampling (animal health)
- Communicating AMR data to stakeholders
- Legal and ethical considerations in AMR
- Fundamentals of data for AMR
- Antimicrobial stewardship in animal health
You may study the courses in any order. Each course has a digital badge. If you complete all the courses and have enrolled on this pathway, you will receive a Statement of Participation, a printable statement that lists all the courses and badges in the pathway.
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Material learning outcomes
As a result of completing all the courses in this pathway, you will know more about:
- The basics of antimicrobial resistance and the veterinary and environmental problems that it presents
- Obtaining and communicating quality data on antimicrobial surveillance in veterinary settings and the wider environment
First Published 25/02/2021.
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