Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) and OneHealth
Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) is a complex threat to sustainable development. The development and spread of AMR are expected as a natural phenomenon, however, the process has been facilitated by the antimicrobial exposure in healthcare, agriculture and the environment. The interaction between human and animal health is one such arena for the development not only of AMR, but also emerging infectious diseases. Swedesd is pursuing transdisciplinary research within the field at different levels, focusing on policy implementation and novel strategies.
Living with microbial roommates - Health literacy capability in antimicrobial resistance education
The project studies approaches to, and conditions for, Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) education among health and educational practitioners in Zimbabwe.
Addressing the distal drivers of Anti-Microbial Resistance through policy and action - targeted or integrated interventions?
The aim of the project is to understand the extent to which important drivers for the development and spread ofantimicrobial resistance (AMR) are addressed through explicit AMR action and policy versus a major overarching agendafor addressing societal challenges, namely the Sustainable Development Goals.
Evaluating implementation strategies for improved food safety in Vietnam
This research project focuses on the importance of reliable and safe food production and handling by exploring and evaluating potential solutions for a model of sustainable food market related to safer pork in Vietnam.
Researchers: Hai Hoang Tuan Ngo