Reducing transmission of AMR from animals to humans | Dr Rajesh Bhatia

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  • Dr Rajesh Bhatia, Regional Technical Adviser on AMR for the Regional Office of the Food and Agriculture Organisation presents on how the increased demand for animal protein in India is fueling an increase in antibiotic consumption.

    Read more about the Academy’s work to stop superbugs through international collaboration:
    https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/antimicrobial-resistance

    This talk was given as part of the Hamied Foundation UK-India Antimicrobial Resistance Meetings. Find out more about the meetings:
    https://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/policy-projects/HF-UK-India-AMR-meetings

    The Academy is strengthening research links between the UK and India through Hamied Foundation UK-India AMR Visiting Professorships. Find out more:
    https://acmedsci.ac.uk/grants-and-schemes/grant-schemes/amr-professorships

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