AMR policy development

Our work to inform health and food industry policy around the issues of antimicrobial resistance

Impact in policy development 

Communicating the impact and relevance of research to relevant stakeholders such as policy makers, is critical.  Bristol AMR researchers work closely with Policy Bristol and the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology (POST) to develop policy recommendations for helping tackle the growing problem of AMR.

An example of policy development work is showcased by the AMR Force team (Bristol Vet School) who have successfully combined forces to inspire and deliver policy and practioner changes in antimicrobial use on farms and in veterinary practices. Read their impact story here: Driving responsible use on antimicrobials

For other impacts in policy development, please see our 'Recent AMR policy work' page  


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