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Towards a European One Health AMR Partnership

Within Horizon Europe, the European Commission, in collaboration with Member States, is planning an European One Health AMR Co-funded partnership. This future partnership will build on and further expand from the  current JPIAMR joint research programme that in the last years has mobilised over 125 million euros based on common research priorities. The OH AMR partnership will strongly focus on the One Health approach, encompasses the human, environment and animal sectors and their interactions, and it will continue the coordinating efforts of JPIAMR by planning joint activities and monitoring the progress to address the AMR health threats originating in the human-animal-environment interface in Europe and beyond.  

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Plenary session

  • 13:00    Welcome to participants, Jan-Ingvar Jönsson (Sweden), JPIAMR Chair
  • 13:05    Why is AMR a global challenge? – An introduction by WHO
  • 13:10    The value of transnational collaboration on AMR research with a One Health approach
  • 13:25    The European Union AMR policy and research activities, Alessandra Martini, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, Unit D1 Combatting diseases  
  • 13:40    JPIAMR – enhancing global research collaboration on AMR, Laura Marin, JPIAMR Head of Secretariat
  • 13:55    Introducing the candidate OH AMR European Partnership, Jan-Ingvar Jönsson (Sweden), JPIAMR Chair
  • 14:20     Coffee break

Breakout sessions/ Panel and discussion

  • 14:30     Discussion in breakout groups
    • Group 1: Engaging in Global health (funders supporting LMICs)
    • Group 2: Creating Innovation (innovation funders)
    • Group 3: Addressing the One health approach (environment, agri funders)
    • Group 4: Infection control (public health agencies, patient representatives, veterinary/animal health agencies, environment)
  • 15:30     Presentations of Group results by the moderator/group to the audience of session
  • 16:00     Setting priorities interactive session and concluding remarks