Title: EPI-Net Antimicrobial Resistance Travel Tool.
Primary Objective: to develop an educational web tool to limit the spread of antimicrobial resistant-bacteria due to international travel.
to increase knowledge of global antimicrobial resistance (AMR) surveillance and risk of AMR acquisition at patient level;
to support and drive antibiotic choices and local guidelines development;
to strengthen the implementation of optimised infection prevention and control measures in healthcare and community settings when a traveler is admitted to hospital or examined by a general practitioner;
to raise awareness and inform international travelers on the travel-related risks associated with AMR and on the importance of joining efforts to reduce the AMR burden at global level.
Università di Verona - ITALY
Menzies School of Health Research - AUSTRALIA