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ANSORP has been successfully performing multinational projects on surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in major pathogens in Asian countries since 1996 with many publications in the international scientific journals. Through these actives, ANSORP will certainly contribute to the future control strategies of resistance problem in the Asia Pacific region.

ANSORP projects (1996~present)

» ANSORP Surveillance studies on major pathogens in Asia

No. Principle
Investigator
Study Period Project Title
6 Dr. Jae-Hoon Song (Korea) Sep 2004
~ Aug 2006
Epidemiology and clinical impact of community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Asian countries
5 Dr. Cheng-Hsun Chiu (Taiwan) & Dr. Jae-Hoon Song (Korea) Jul 2002
~ Dec 2005
Surveillance of antimicrobial resistance among enteric pathogens from Asian Countries
4 Dr. Jae-Hoon Song (Korea) Feb 2002
~ Dec 2004
Epidemiology and clinical characteristics of community-acquired pneumonia in Asian countries
3 Dr. Jae-Hoon Song (Korea) Jan 1998
~ Mar 2001
The clinical impact of antimicrobial resistance among invasive pneumococcal pathogens in Asian countries
2 Dr. Jae-Hoon Song (Korea) Jan 1998
~ Mar 1999
Surveillance of nasopharyngeal carriage of drug-resistant pneumococci in Asian children
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» APEC Projects to combat antimicrobial resistance

We have strengthen partnerships with international bodies including WHO and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) for combating antimicrobial resistance (AMR). APEC supported our serial projects to set up the future strategies to control and prevent AMR in the region since 2010, including the project to develop international campaign program to control and prevent AMR. In 2014, based on the serial projects on AMR, we developed the “APEC guidelines to tackle AMR in the AP region”, which was endorsed by APEC.

APEC Guidelines to Tackle Antimicrobial Resistance in the Asia-Pacific Region

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