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What you need to know about drug resistant infections: the invisible pandemic

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Antimicrobial resistance, the invisible pandemic. Learn more about what has recently been described as a profound threat to global health security and how APHA is sharing our world-renowned knowledge and expertise to protect against this threat internationally.

Know your enemy: the contribution of veterinary laboratories to antimicrobial stewardship

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Image of bacteria with the words: World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 19 - 24 November below. Handle antibiotics with care logo below.

A world without antimicrobials (including antibiotics) would lead to an increase in serious illness, death and the spread of disease. Learn how APHA are working to protect their future effectiveness and why limiting their use is vitally important.

A One Health approach to tackling Brucella canis cases in imported dogs

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One Health Day highlights the need for a collective approach to tackling joint disease threats to people, animals and the environment. This year, our annual blog focuses on APHA’s role in recent cases of Brucella canis in Great Britain and how, together with the UK Health Security Agency, we immediately responded to this.