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South Asia

Regional AMR Analysis and Data Sharing Workshop

 

The first regional workshop took place from June 8th – June 10th for the South Asia region (Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka). A total of 135 participants registered for the event – of which 117 participated on Day 1, and 97 each on Days 2 and 3 – including country stakeholders, regional experts, and consortium members. The workshop included presentations from speakers on topics ranging from the genomics behind the emergence and spread of AMR, to the role of AMR data quality to support formulation of evidence-based policy/actions, to the unique challenges faced by LMICs in AMR policy-making. It was also a forum for discussion on topics related to AMR, including the inclusion and prioritization of different types of data and approaches to effective data-sharing and analysis.

Anneke Schmider(BDI)

One Health approaches to data analysis and visualization for policymaking & advocacy

Danilo Lo Fo Wong(WHO-Euro)

WHO experience on AMR data sharing and analysis for policy-making

David Aanensen(BDI)

Use of genomic sequencing for AMR surveillance

John Stelling(BWH)

Framework for regional data sharing and analysis of AMR data for policy, advocacy, and response

Marianne Holm(IVI)

How can AMR retrospective data be used to influence policy and advocacy?

Mary Joy Gordoncillo(FAO-RAP)

FAO RAP and AMR Surveillance

Mirfin Mpundu(ReACT Africa)

REACT AFRICA

Patrick Gallagher(PHSG)

Monitoring and Evaluation indicators and piloting of a regional AMR data sharing and analysis framework

Rene S. Hendriksen(DTU)

Role of AMR data quality to support formulation of evidence-based policy / actions

Satyajit Sarkar(IVI)

AMR policy & advocacy guidance: Some Reflections

William MacWright / Odile Le Minor / Shankar Yadav

(PHSG)Catalyzing the Potential of Regional Action to Combat AMR: Critical Insights on Data Sharing and Use of One Health Data in South Asia

Africa

Regional AMR Analysis and Data Sharing Workshop

RADAAR hosted the second workshop on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) data-sharing and analysis for the region of Africa, involving Eswatini, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, from 29 th June – 1 st July. A total of 245 participants registered for the event – of which 172 participated on Day 1, 129 on Day 2, and 124 on Day 3 – including country stakeholders, regional experts, and consortium members. The workshop included presentations from speakers on topics ranging from the African experience of capacity development in genomic sequencing for AMR, to the enablers and barriers to collaborative development and implementation of AMR control policy, to collecting/ and analyzing AMR/AMC data and lessons learned in Africa, and country perspectives. The workshop facilitated discourse on how best to improve the visibility of AMR, so that it is put on the political mandate, and highlighted the importance of building public and political awareness of the issue.

Anneke Schmider(BDI)

A One Health approach to data analysis and visualization for policymaking&advocacy(using a systems approach)

Arshnee Moodley(CGIAR)

Strengths of the CGIAR AMR Hub

David Aanensen(BDI)

Use of genomic sequencing for AMR surveillance an introduction

Geetanjali Kapoor(CDDEP)

Collecting & analyzing AMR and AMC data in 14 countries of Africa: lessons learnt

For the presentation and more information on ASLM’s work, please directly contact Pascale Ondoa (POndoa@aslm.org) or Dr Geetanjali Kapoor (kapoor@cddep.org)

Gwen Knight(LSHTM)

Bridging the gap between evidence and policy for AMR: How models can aid AMR containment decision-making

Jane Lwoyero(OIE)

The OIE AMU Data Collection and Database

John Stelling(BWH)

Development of a regional AMR data sharing and analysis framework

Laetitia Gahimbare(WHO-AFRO)

WHO Support on AMR Surveillance

Otridah Kapona(Zambia National Public Health Institute)

Zambia’s AMR Integrated Surveillance System

Pascale Ondoa(ASLM)

Sharing AMR data: Why, what, how?

Patrick Gallagher(PHSG)

Monitoring and Evaluation indicators AND piloting of a regional AMR data sharing and analysis framework

Pernille Nilsson(SEQAFRICA)

Capacity development in genomic sequencing for AMR

Russell Dacombre(DRUM)

AMR The Faceless Pandemic: Policymaker Narratives from Malawi and Uganda

Satyajit Sarkar(IVI)

Advancing an AMR Policy Advocacy Capacity Building Agenda / Some Reflections

William MacWright/Odile Le Minor/Shankar Yadav (PHSG)

Catalyzing the Potential of Regional Action to Combat AMR: Critical Insights on Data Sharing and Use of One Health Data in Africa

Southeast Asia

Regional AMR Analysis and Data Sharing Workshop

RADAAR hosted the third workshop on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) data-sharing and analysis for the region of Southeast Asia, involving Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam from 13th July – 15th July. A total of 145 participants registered for the event – of which 98 participated on Day 1, 91 on Day 2, and 81 on Day 3 –including country stakeholders, regional experts, and consortium members. The workshop included presentations from speakers on topics ranging from the use of retrospective AMR data to influence policy and advocacy, to the EQASIA initiative and its work in laboratory quality assurance. The workshop facilitated discourse on how best to engage the community in tackling AMR and highlighted the need to research into the cost-effectiveness of different policy options and the mechanisms through which environmental pollution contributes to AMR.

Amber Vasquez(USCDC)

Supporting a Regional Approach to AMR Detection and Response

Amin Soebandrio(APEIR)

AMR Surveillance in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Timor-Leste in 2019

For the presentation and more information on APEIR’s work in Southeast Asia, please directly contact Dr Amin Soebandrio at asoebandrio@gmail.com

Anneke Schmider(BDI)

One Health approaches to data analysis and visualization for policymaking & advocacy

David Aanensen(BDI)

Use of genomic sequencing for AMR surveillance an introduction

Gwen Knight(LSHTM)

Bridging the gap between evidence and policy for AMR: How models can aid AMR containment decision-making

Jenny Joh(IVI)

How can AMR retrospective data be used to influence policy and advocacy? : Lessons learned from the CAPTURA Regional Fleming Fund project

John Stelling(BWH)

Framework for regional data sharing and analysis of antimicrobial resistance and use data for policy, advocacy, and response

Patrick Gallagher(PHSG)

Monitoring and Evaluation indicators AND piloting of a regional AMR data sharing and analysis framework

Rikke Braae(DTU)

Laboratory quality assurance: The EQASIA initiative, perspectives, and lessons learned

Rogier van Doorn(OUCRU)

Hospital Based AMR Surveillance in Vietnam: VINARES and ACORN

For the presentation and more information on OUCRU please directly contact Rogier van Doorn at rvandoorn@oucru.org

Russell Dacombe(DRUM)

AMR The Faceless Pandemic Policymaker Narratives from Malawi and Uganda

Satyajit Sarkar(IVI)

Advancing an AMR Policy Advocacy Capacity Building Agenda / Some Reflections

Takeshi Nishijima (WHO WPRO)

Western Pacific Regional Antimicrobial Consumption Surveillance System (WPRACSS)

For the presentation and more information on WPRACSS please directly contact Takeshi Nishijima at nishijimat@who.int

William MacWright/Patrick Gallagher/Shankar Yadav(PHSG)

Catalyzing the Potential of Regional Action to Combat AMR_Critical Insights on Data Sharing and Use of One Health Data in South East Asia
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