The project on antimicrobial resistance EDUCare starts

The PRAN joins this new European project, AMR EDUCare, which aims to train more than 4,000 health professionals from all over the European Union on antimicrobial resistance.

This project aims to address the challenges posed by antimicrobial resistance (RAM) and alleviate its adverse effects on health and the environment. It addresses the existing educational deficit in the field of ADR, providing innovative training courses to clinical and non-clinical health professionals.

Thanks to an agile educational program aimed at three audiences: doctors, pharmacists, nurses and health management professionals, the project will provide health personnel with the necessary skills to deal with ADR that can develop in all phases of the life cycle. of antimicrobials; from production, through prescription, to use and disposal.


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