IAMZ-CIHEAM and OIE, with the technical support of FAO, launch a new course on antimicrobial resistance and One Health

12 March 2019

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is a global threat to human, animal, and environmental health, puting food safety, food security and sustainable economic development at serious risk. Staying ahead of AMR is a cross-sectoral responsibility and requires the coordinated action of all actors involved, including the agri-food chain.

The course has an applied approach combining lectures with case studies and debate, and is an opportunity to network with professionals from other countries to generate new connections, brainstorm and exchange ideas and solutions and be aware of the responses of the international community to curb AMR.


Visit the course website for more information: Antimicrobial resistance and One Health: Implications for agricultural systems, food safety and the environment


Dates: 18-22 March 2019

Venue: IAMZ-CIHEAM, Zaragoza (Spain)

Organizers: Coorganized by IAMZ-CIHEAM and OIE, with the technical support of FAO.