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Join stakeholders from across Canada’s One Health spectrum for a conversation about how governance could strengthen the antimicrobial resistance (AMR)  response across One Health in Canada. This series of sessions will focus on the model options that we plan to formally propose. Previous sessions considered candidate functions and structures for governance.

Town Hall Events: Draft Findings & Proposed Models

Please choose the session that works best for you. Dates in grey indicate the session is full or has passed. If you would prefer to attend a French session, please email blake@amrnetwork.ca.

Please read our Series 3: Draft Findings & Proposed Models document prior to attending.

If you cannot attend, please submit written feedback here.

Previous Town Hall Series: Network Model Options

Miss this virtual town hall series? Read our Summary of Findings document to learn more about the discussions we had surrounding possible network models.

Previous Town Hall Series: Network Functions

Miss our previous virtual town hall series? Read our Summary of Findings document to learn more about the discussions we had surrounding possible network functions.

This project will recommend a network model that will catalyze a national response directed at mitigating the threat of AMR for all Canadians, by assembling, coordinating, and supporting action across Canada's One Health spectrum.

Project: AMR Network is funded by
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he Public Health Agency of Canada.

2020 / Project: AMR Network