A brief description of 17 new projects

The NRP 72 programme portrait provides information on the new projects and those that are ongoing in succinct and easy-to-understand language.

Twelve of the new projects resulted from the second call for proposals for NRP 72. They are investigating the ways in which people, animals and the environment transmit resistance, developing new diagnostic methods and testing interventions with the aim of equipping experts and consumers alike to take a more targeted and sustainable approach to antibiotics.Five more projects resulted from the fifth call for

proposals for the international Joint Programming Initiative Antimicrobial Resistance JPIAMR. They are looking at new solutions for human and veterinary medical practice, developing approaches to improving healthcare systems and testing alternative economic incentives to develop antibiotics and use them sustainably.