One Health Concept and Knowledge : One Health in AMR


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2 lessons
Level : Beginner
วิทยากร : Prof. Dr. Rungtip Chuanchuen, DVM, MS, PhD
วันที่เผยแพร่ : 29/01/2024

At the end of the course, participants should be able to

1.Understand the Mechanisms of AMR: Participants will be able to describe the four main mechanisms by which bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, including permeability alteration, active efflux, drug inactivation, and target modification, and explain how these mechanisms contribute to the problem of AMR.

2.Identify the Spread of AMR: Participants will be able to outline the processes of vertical and horizontal gene transfer in bacteria and discuss the role of these processes in the spread of AMR across different species and environments, as well as the implications for human, animal, and environmental health.

3.AMR control: Attendees will identify key strategies for AMR control, including antimicrobial use and resistance monitoring, rational drug use, and regulation policies. They will be able to discuss the role of surveillance in tracking microbial population changes, detecting resistant strains, and guiding policy recommendations for AMR containment.

At the end of the course, participants should be able to

1.Participants will be able to identify and explain the various pathways through which antimicrobial resistance can develop and spread in the environment, including through the use of antimicrobials in humans, food animals, and the potential for cross-species transmission, as part of a One Health approach to AMR.

2.Learners will get an idea from expert on how to analyze the impact of antimicrobial consumption in livestock on the development of resistance and its implications for human health, food security, and economic stability, emphasizing the importance of responsible antimicrobial use across different sectors.