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Antimicrobial resistance

World Health Organization; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, (2016)

A manual for developing national action plans.This manual for developing national action plans to address antimicrobial resistance has been developed at the request of the World Health Assembly to assist countries in the initial phase of developing new, or refining existing national action plans in line with the strategic objectives of the Global Action Plan. It proposes an incremental approach that countries can adapt to the specific needs, circumstances and available resources of each individual country. Details of actions to be taken will vary according to national contexts

Antimicrobial Resistance (Part 1 and 2). E-Learning Course

Clark, A.; and M.P.Joshi, Eds.: Global Health Elearning Center, (2016)

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) occurs when disease-causing pathogens are able to withstand the killing or suppressing power of antimicrobial medicines. This phenomenon increases the global burden of infectious diseases and strains health systems.This course aims to improve the learner's awareness and understanding of the basic principles of AMR, the impact AMR has on individuals and society, and why it is a major public health concern. A complementary course, Antimicrobial Resistance (Part 2), describes interventions that address the multiple factors contributing to AMR across the health system.

Strengthening Pre-service Pharmacy Training on Rational Medicine Use and Antimicrobial Resistance

Mohan P. Joshi Malaïka Ludman Dan Kibuule, et al., Eds.: USAID; SIAPS; Univ. Namibia, (2014)

Curriculum reform efforts to enhance training on rational medicine use (RMU) and AMR should pay particular attention to ensuring that the right topics are integrated and the right teaching-learning methodologies are adopted.

Infection Control Assessment Tool

USAID; Managment of Health Sciences MSH, (2009)

Strengthening Parmaceutical Systems. 2nd edition

Antibiotic Guidelines 2015-2016

John Hopkins Hospital antimicrobioal Stewardship Program, (2015)

Treatment Recommendations for Adult Inpatients

Improving Infection Prevention and Control Practices at Health Facilities in Resource-Limited Settings

Wonder Goredema Jane Briggs Mupela Ntengu, et al., Eds.: USAID; SIAPS, (2016)

SIAPS Technical Report. This report summarizes key accomplishments and lessons learned in implementing SIAPS’ approach to improving IPC practices in four countries: South Africa, Namibia, Jordan, and Ethiopia. All activities address SIAPS’s overall objective to build or enhance national and facility capacity to develop, implement, and monitor IPC programs by focusing on the principles of health systems strengthening.

Infection Control Assessment Tool, 2nd Edition: User Manual.

USAID; Managment of Health Sciences MSH, (2009)

Strengthening Pharmaceutical Systems. 2nd edition

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