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Evaluating Solutions

The Trinity Challenge on Antimicrobial Resistance

How can data and analytics reduce the impact of antimicrobial resistance and bacterial infections in low- and middle-income communities?

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Submitted Solutions

IARIS (Interdisciplinary AMR Response Initiative Sri Lanka)

By Poorna Weerarathna Vidanage B.Sc Eng (Hons), PhD

UD UD
MH MH
SL SL
RM RM
DW DW

Personalized Antibiotic Stewardship Initiative (PASI)

By Robert Korom Dr

RK RK

Automated, near-real-time AMR community surveillance, using effluent

By Claire Trant

CT CT

Multimodal Interoperable Common data model for AMR and One Health

By Rintu Kutum PhD

SK SK
SK SK
SM SM
MR MR
DS DS

Open-Source Integration for Advanced AMR Data Management (OSI-ADAM)

By John Amuasi

JA JA

DASH-EM (Digital AMR Surveillance Hub through Evidence Mapping)

By Dr Giridara Gopal Parameswaran

HW HW

Social Success note for Integrated Resistance Insights System (IRIS)

By Dr. Ankita Arora

AA AA

Engaging Last Mile Animal Healthcare Practitioners to Combat AMR

By Gillian Houghton

GH GH

TRAPS (Transparent Pharmaceutical Supply Chains)

By Renee Hallam

RH RH
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