Knowledge transfer • measurement • expert consultation

These three key aspects make up drive-AMS, a project that aims to drive forward antimicrobial stewardship (AMS). AMS is an essential step towards improving antimicrobial resistance, one of the top global health threats according to WHO. 


Driving Antimicrobial Stewardship in Romania: country course recap

From 18 to 21 March, the Romanian drive-AMS team reached a critical milestone as it organized its own in-country training course. Under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Mihaele Lupse, representatives from 8 Romanian hospitals assembled in Cluj for four days of presentations and discussions on all aspects of effective stewardship programs to optimize antibiotic use.

drive-AMS selected to join the Portuguese Sustainable Health Pact

The European drive-AMS project, which São João leads in Portugal, was selected to integrate the 1st phase of the Sustainable Health Pact (PaSSus) 2030, within the scope of the National Health Plan 2030 (PNS), recently launched and promoted by the portuguese General Directorate for the Health (DGS).

Country lead interview with Dr. Rolanda Valinteliene

In this insightful interview, Dr. Rolanda Valinteliene, Head of the Public Health Technology Centre at the Institute of Hygiene in


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