AMResilience is a project funded by the fifth call of JPIAMR to explore the factors determining resilience and facilitating transformations of antibiotic use and resistance across human health, agriculture, and aquaculture. More…
Resilience captures the ability of systems to respond to surprise while maintaining vital functions and is an important attribute for health systems in the context of rising global risks such as emerging infectious diseases and growing antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The theoretical and empirical foundation underpinning one-health systems’ resilience to AMR, is largely undeveloped.
Publications of group members on social-ecological and/or complex systems approach to AMR:
Lhermie, G., Wernli, D., Jørgensen, P. S., Kenkel, D., Lin Lawell, C. Y. C., Tauer, L. W., & Gröhn, Y. T. (2019). Tradeoffs between resistance to antimicrobials in public health and their use in agriculture: Moving towards sustainability assessment. Ecological Economics, 166, 106427.
Lhermie, G., Wernli, D., Jørgensen, P. S., Kenkel, D., Tauer, L. W., & Gröhn, Y. T. (2019). Global resistance to antimicrobials and their sustainable use in agriculture. The Lancet Planetary Health, 3(3), e109-e110.