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2015: The Presence of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Wild Bird Populations

Johnes Disease

Research Briefing

Anti-microbial resistance (AMR) is becoming an increasing concern, microbial infections that were treatable through simple antibiotic drugs are becoming immune to their affects. 

This research briefing discusses the presence of AMR within wild bird populations and how increasing surveillance could provide crucial data to control and manage the problem.

An additional Policy Briefing on AMR can also be found which outlines more generally what AMR is and why it is of increasing public health concern.

To download either the Research or the Policy Briefing please go to the download zone below.

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2015: The Presence of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Wild Bird Populations

2013: AMR Trends, Impacts and Policy messages


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