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JPIAMR Network Call on Surveillance

The overarching goal of JPIAMR research on Surveillance is to standardise, improve and extend surveillance systems on antibiotic use and on AMR in humans, animals, food, and the larger environment. In the network call that opens today on May 2, 2018, JPIAMR will support leading scientists and experts in the field of AMR surveillance to establish networks to enhance resource alignment and maximise existing and future efforts to combat AMR.

Type of call

Network

Subject area

Surveillance

Focus

The networks set out to work on the challenge of surveillance and enhance resource alignment, maximise existing and future efforts to combat AMR. The network can do so by pushing forward the conceptualisation of ideas and in turn providing white papers, prospective views, guidelines and/or best practice/roadmap/systematic reviews and frameworks of value to the wider research community.

Applicant

Main applicant is the network coordinator and highly knowledgeable of the area and the focus of the call.

Participating researchers

A network needs to be composed of at least fifteen (15) partners from ten (10) different countries with at least three (3) of the partners must be from three (3) different countries participating in the call. The network is encouraged to include partners from LMIC.

Grant period

6-12 months (plus 2 month for report writing)

Grant amount

50,000 Euro per coordinator

Publication of grant award

October 2018

Start of grant period

End of 2018/early 2019

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Surveillance networks are essential to monitor the threat of AMR and guide public health policy. In order to understand antibiotic resistance, we must understand whether resistance genes are highly mobile and whether dominant pathogenic clones spread resistance globally. However, countries have different levels and methods of surveillance and many lack national reporting systems leading to major gaps in AMR surveillance and an urgent need to strengthen collaboration on global AMR surveillance.

In partnership with ten member countries; Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, JPIAMR is launching the seventh joint call for transnational networks. The total budget of the call is approximately € 1.1 million.

Applicants are invited to form JPIAMR networks that are expected to provide white papers, prospective views, guidelines and/or best practice/roadmap/systematic reviews and frameworks to identify key questions to be addressed or identify potential solutions to overcome barriers for AMR surveillance and the implementation of surveillance research studies.

In this network call up to 21 networks will be funded with up to € 50 000 each to maximise existing and future efforts to combat AMR by pushing forward new ideas in AMR surveillance. Note that JPIAMR networks calls do not fund research projects.

Swedish researchers will do their submission of proposals via Prisma, the online application system of the Swedish Research Council. More information on the 7th call - 2018 Network Call on Surveillance, can be found at the call webpage;

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