Antibiotic resistance in Vietnam: moving towards a One Health surveillance system

@article{Bordier2018AntibioticRI,
  title={Antibiotic resistance in Vietnam: moving towards a One Health surveillance system},
  author={Marion Bordier and Aur{\'e}lie Binot and Quentin Pauchard and Dien Thi Nguyen and Thanh Ngo Trung and Nicolas Fortan{\'e} and Flavie L. Goutard},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2018},
  volume={18}
}
BackgroundThe international community strongly advocates the implementation of multi-sectoral surveillance policies for an effective approach to antibiotic resistance, in line with the One Health concept. To comply with these international recommendations, the Vietnamese government has issued an inter-ministerial surveillance strategy for antibiotic resistance, including an integrated surveillance system. However, one may question the ability and willingness of surveillance stakeholders to… 
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