This study examines the regulatory approaches of ten countries: France, Denmark, Australia, Canada, the United States, Russia, Japan, Brazil, China and India with regard to the regulation of antimicrobials at the three main points of entry into the agricultural process, that is in veterinary medicine, in agricultural production, and in the sale of agricultural products. To be effective, regulation must take into account the context in which it operates. This study therefore attempts to draw lessons from the ten jurisdictions above, in the light of their realities around the use of antimicrobials in the agricultural process.
WHOBREAKING: WHO Director-General @DrTedros will convene an Emergency Committee on the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) under the International Health Regulations.
The Committee will meet on Wednesday, 22 January 2020. t.co/w3w7ZuoTeG
gstrategylabICYMI: The @WHO listed access to medication, stopping infectious diseases, preparing for epidemics and fighting #AMR among their urgent health challenges for the 2020s.
@gstrategylab we are working to supporting these efforts with our research every day.
gstrategylabThis @MSF video is a must-see for anybody trying to understand the fight against #AMR in regions dealing with or recovering from armed conflict. @gstrategylab we advocate for access, conservation, and innovation to counter #AMR on a global scale. t.co/ovgI742a9i
gstrategylabThe @WHO lists access to medication, stopping infectious diseases, preparing for epidemics and fighting #AMR among their 13 urgent health challenges for this decade.
@gstrategylab we are committed to supporting these efforts with our research every day.