Update of Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda 2018
JPIAMR is updating the JPIAMR Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) to a Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA). The different research objectives and priorities of the JPIAMR SRIA are now open for public consultation.
We welcome feedback of the AMR community from the 9th of July to the 15th of September (12.00 CET).
The JPIAMR Strategic Research Agenda
In its formative period, the JPIAMR under the guidance of its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) and international stakeholders, developed a Strategic Research Agenda (SRA). The SRA sought to define the strategic and scientific priorities required to reduce antimicrobial resistance, improving public health and wellbeing of populations and delivering economic and societal benefits. Through a series of SAB workshops and national expert panels, stakeholder, and public consultations, six strategic research priorities were identified.
Please find the original SRA here.
The JPIAMR Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda
The JPIAMR recognises that innovation is critically important in the field of AMR, as there is a strong need for new therapeutics, diagnostics, and innovative infection prevention and intervention measures. The JPIAMR is therefore currently refreshing its SRA to take account of recent research findings and extending the JPIAMR SRA into a Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA). It is hoped that this extension will support the participation of the private sector in JPIAMR research projects, and aid in the monitoring and evaluation of innovation management in funded research projects. The updated pillars of the SRIA are:
- Therapeutics: Development of new antibiotics and therapeutic alternatives and the improvement of current antibiotics and treatment regimens. Read and download: JPIAMR_SRIA_Therapeutics_open consultation
- Diagnostics: Development and improvement of diagnostics to improve use of antibiotics and alternatives to antibiotics. Read and download: JPIAMR_SRIA_Diagnostics_open consultation
- Surveillance: Optimisation of surveillance systems to understand the burden and drivers of antimicrobial resistance in a One Health perspective. Read and download: JPIAMR_SRIA_Surveillance_open consultation
- Transmission: Understanding and prevention of transmission of antibiotic resistance between bacterial populations and One Health reservoirs. Read and download: JPIAMR_SRIA_Transmission_open consultation
- Environment: The role of the environment as a source in the selection for and spread of antimicrobial resistance. Read and download: JPIAMR_SRIA_Environment_open consultation
- Interventions: Investigation and improvement of infection prevention and control measures in different One Health settings. Read and download: JPIAMR_SRIA_Interventions_open consultation
Read and download full text document with all the pillars: JPIAMR_SRIA_all pillars_open consultation
Submit your comments and feedback!
We welcome feedback on the individual pillars from anybody interested in tackling AMR. In addition to AMR experts, we invite industry related experts, health care professionals, veterinarians, behavioural experts, interested public, economists, policy makers as well as the whole AMR community to give us their feedback on our updated texts.
Instructions for providing feedback
You can provide feedback on the SRIA via the following link to our online survey.
We request that you read the concept text of the pillars for which you are willing to provide your feedback. Thereafter you can provide feedback on the research objectives for each pillar. We anticipate that per pillar it will take 15-20 minutes to read and answer the questions. We do appreciate your time and effort to provide us with your viewpoints on our JPIAMR SRIA.
Please feel free to share this opportunity to participate in the update of the SRIA within your network, since we wish to receive diverse input from AMR and related experts. This is something that we all will benefit from.