The European Commission’s Directorate General for Health and Food Safety (DG SANTE) has commissioned a study team consortium, led by ICF and RAND Europe, to conduct a study on the fight against anti-microbial resistance (AMR). One aspect of the study consists in a preliminary outcome assessment of the 2017 EU One Health Action Plan against AMR. The other aspect of the study consists in identifying factors that may influence AMR over the next ten years and how EU action can be improved to better fight against AMR based on what may happen in the future.

As part of this study, the EC carried out a series of consultation activities, including this targeted stakeholder survey. The purpose of this survey is to collect evidence on the views and perceptions of stakeholders on some of the activities of the EU Action Plan. The survey also aims to collect stakeholder views on factors that might be influencing AMR in the years to come. The feedback you provide will form a key part of the EC evidence base for assessing the outcomes of the Action Plan to date and identifying ways to improve EU action on AMR in the future.

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Please also see:

An accreditation letter from DG SANTE to explain the purpose of this study in more detail.
A privacy statement – please note that all responses to this study will be treated as strictly confidential, anonymised, and aggregated. Your answers will be combined with other responses and individuals will not be identified. The information you provide is being collected for research and statistical purposes only.