Project coordinator: Nicolas Fortane, INRA
Project manager: INRA
ROADMAP will foster transitions towards prudent antimicrobial use (AMU) in animal production in a large variety of contexts, by favouring a rethinking of antimicrobial decision-systems all along the food supply chain. Even if it is possible to learn from successful experiences, there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution to reduce AMU but various strategies working according to local conditions, defined by social, economic, technical and institutional variables.
ROADMAP will develop innovative conceptual approaches within a transdisciplinary and multi-actor perspective to engage with animal health professionals, stakeholders and policy-makers. It will adapt, combine and produce tailored strategies to reduce AMU in diverse production systems in Europe and low- and middle-income countries (pig, poultry, cattle and fish sectors).
ROADMAP will develop options for reducing anti-microbial resistance (AMR) arising from farmed animal production. This will be done through a multi-actor approach, with an interdisciplinary consortium compromised of researchers from different areas (economics, social, animal and veterinary sciences), as well as advisors and consultants from animal health professionals' and stakeholders' organisations and decision-makers at national, European and international levels.
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