Learn about DiSCoVeR project outputs
- Do you work on foodborne zoonoses or antimicrobial resistance (AMR)?
- Do you use source attribution methods and models?
Learn about OHEJP DiSCoVeR project outputs for attributing human foodborne infections (Salmonella, Campylobacter & STEC) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) to animal, food and environment sources.
This collaborative project across 13 European countries has:
- Provided a systematic assessment of existing source attribution models.
- Developed new phenotypic and genomic-based attribution models for pathogen and antimicrobial resistance.
- Provided recommendations on translating results from source attribution models into actions.
- Evaluated current surveillance and control activities in a One Health context to make recommendations for improvement.
The project recommendations will benefit a wide variety of risk managers/decision-makers working in public health, veterinary, environment, food and agriculture organisations.
Project led by DTU – Technical University of Denmark.