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Assessing social acceptability and economic impact of centralised antibiotic usage data collection for GB cattle farms

Dr Mehroosh Tak (RVC), Dr Naomi Bull (LSHTM), Dr Lucy Brunton (RVC), Dr Jackie Cardwell (RVC), Dr Pablo Alarcon-Lopez (RVC) - £23,983.20
01 October 2020 to 30 April 2021 (Social Science BSA49)

This project delivers on the Bloomsbury SET aim to secure major human and health benefits, by facilitating innovation and enhancing productivity within business. Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) represents an important threat to both human and animal health. This project will help facilitate the implementation of an innovative tool that will improve data collection to underpin attempts to tackle AMR, and provide farmers with information to help them improve animal welfare and their overall business.