ICOHAR 2019 took place in Utrecht, Netherlands, from 16 – 18 April 2019. The conference brought together representatives from all relevant sectors (e.g. public health, human and veterinary medicine, livestock production, food safety and environmental sciences) to share research and education strategies for understanding and reducing the risks of AMR (antimicrobial resistance) at the interphase between humans, animals and the environment.
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