JPIAMR-VRI

The Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance Virtual Research Institute (JPIAMR-VRI) is a virtual platform that aims to increase AMR Research coordination, improve visibility of the AMR research networks, research performing institutes/centres and infrastructures, and facilitate knowledge exchange and capacity development across the globe, covering the full One Health AMR Spectrum.

The JPIAMR-VRI and its Digital Platform supports 4 main goals:

  • Connect people to people: A type of platform that provides the infrastructure to facilitate interactions between a large number of people to bring those with complimentary interests together and fosters networking that results in short and/or long-term relationships.
  • Connect people to data: Enable people to connect with the most appropriate resources to fulfil their AMR information need within the platform.
  • Connect data to data:  Linking siloed data sources to support real-time insights to facilitate global knowledge exchange and analysis, integration and extraction of AMR data more efficiently.
  • Create mobilisation and synergy: Engage organisations and people to reach above their individual capabilities under one common goal. To create a momentum where knowledge and information exchange can take place across different stakeholders, i.e. knowledge generators and knowledge users.
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About JPIAMR-VRI

The JPIAMR-VRI will build a virtual “corridor” facilitating alignment of strategies, and the production and sharing of scientific evidence, for developing policy and guidelines to reduce the global burden of AMR.

Installation from the exhibition Borderless world by teamLab

AMR Research Capacities

The JPIAMR-VRI is a Network of Networks, a knowledge hub, and a global platform with key principles that serve essential aspects to AMR research stakeholders.

Installation from the exhibition Borderless world by teamLab

JPIAMR-VRI Digital Platform

This is a unique platform of interlinked AMR-related datasets that will help the users analyse, integrate and extract AMR data more efficiently, and facilitate knowledge exchange and capacity development across the globe.