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ANTRES Résumé de rapport

Project ID: ICA4-CT-2001-10014
Financé au titre de: FP5-INCO 2
Pays: Italy

Result analysis, exploitation and dissemination

The dissemination of outcomes included a a major international meeting and dissemination seminars, at the presence of research collaborators, representatives of the key actors and organisations involved in health system research, drug policy making and health sector reforms, with the objective of debating the results. The project methodologies were presented including the intervention strategy, the developed antimicrobial use and resistance monitoring system (HAUS and ARS and the standardised rapid antimicrobial resistance screening method to support governmental institutions involved in public health and drug policy making.

Data on antimicrobial and gender specific use among 6-72 month old children and household memebers and carers and providers conceptions regarding antimicrobial treatment of children were reported in peer reviewed scientific journals (4 articles), presented in national and international conferences (10 presentations) and diffused by mass media. Further preparation of manuscripts is underway. Translation in Spanish of a significant paper was performed to increase locally the diffusion of results. Moreover, two Medical students, two MDs post-graduating in infectious diseases and two PhD students promoted through the project. Progress reports and final report were submitted to the European Commission as requested.

Reported by

University of Florence, Division of Infectious Diseases
Viale Morgagni 85
50134 Florence
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