Data-driven implementation of behaviour change in Antimicrobial Stewardship in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (drive-AMS LMICs)
The overall aim of the drive-AMS LMICs project is to ensure sustainable and long-term capacity in LMICs for Antimicrobial Stewardship in human health with a One Health perspective and applicability.
The AMS masterclass & SPICE expert consultancy (drive-AMS) is an implementation programme with expert consultancy support through the Specialized Programme on Infectious Disease Care Everywhere (SPICE) expert registry. The goal of drive-AMS LMICs is to guide professionals and policy makers through the process of developing and implementing a successful ASP in their hospital, healthcare system, region, or country.
Resource type: Project summary
Date: 18. July 2023
Sector: One Health
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