Name of the activity: Antimicrobial resistance within one health
Country/NMO: MedSIN Sudan
Program: Communicable Diseases
Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator
Type of the activity: First-time Activity
Focus area: Reduce incidence of Antimicrobial Resistance
Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-Being), SDG 17 (Partnerships)
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is increasingly recognized as a key public health concern for both developed and developing countries due to its potentially alarming socioeconomic impact on health.Numerous studies conducted in Sudan have revealed high rates of development of resistant strains in a number of pathogens showing the seriousness of the issue. 90% to 100% of Enterobacteriaceae isolates in Ibn Sina Hospital during 2008 – 2010
- Medical students
- General population
- Medical students
- Healthcare Students
- Other Students
- Other health professionals
One health :
1_ Introduction to one’s health.
2_ participants will know the importance of human, animal and environment integration in their health.
3_ participants will be able to know about the zoonotic disease and their effects and how to prevent it .
1_ introduction to antimicrobial resistance.
2_ the participants will know what antimicrobial drugs and why do we use them.
3_ participants will be able to compare the good and bad sides of using antimicrobial drugs. 4_ participants will be able to identify the negative impact of AMR on health in general.
5_ participants will be able to link the concept of one health to AMR.
Advocacy and Global action towards AMR:
1_ to know the current situation of the global AMR.
2_ to know the global action and Ifmsa plans on AMR .
3_ to know the prevention method and tools.
4_ to know the role of medical students towards reducing AMR.
5_To establish the understanding and importance of doing advocacy to AMR .
Indicators of Success:
_65% of the participants will know the importance of one health.
_65% of the participants will know the relation between one health and zoonotic disease
_65% of the participants will know how to promote and protect the health status of people and animals.
_65% of the participants will increase their knowledge about antimicrobial drugs and resistance.
_65% of the participants will know the relation between AMR and one health
_65% of the participants will know the effective method to use the antimicrobial drugs.
_ 65% of the participants will know the role of medical student towards AMR prevention.
_65% of participants will know HOW to advocate for antimicrobial resistance
Camping consistent of 4 days
Day 1 will take session about one health
Day 2 will take session about AMR
Day 3 will take session about advocacy and global action towards AMR.
Day 4 community outreach.
Plans for evaluation:
Open call for pre evaluation form the camping to know the knowledge and the weakness point and there expectations.
Open call for pre evaluation form for Day 1 session and post evaluation for it .
Open pre evaluation form for Day 2 session and post evaluation for it .
Open pre evaluation form for Day 3 session and post evaluation to it .
Open post evaluation form for all the camping activities
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