OHEJP ARDIG project impact brochure is available on our website!
This project involved the collaboration of 10 research partners across Europe, led by the Animal and Plant Health Agency in the UK.
This multidisciplinary project partnership examined the dynamics of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the epidemiological units of humans, animals, food, and the environment. Six European countries were involved. They represented unique climate and management systems, each with the potential for transmission of AMR.
ARDIG project worked towards harmonising antimicrobial usage (AMU) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) data for comparison. This project also studied AMR persistence, the drivers of AMR transmission and its consequences across these regions.
Read more information in the project brochure, available here.