First Global-PPS results will be presented at ECCMID
The Global-PPS was successfully conducted in 2015 and included 335 institutions from 53 countries of 6 continents worldwide. The established global network for point prevalence surveys has many benefits at local, country and regional level. It helped creating global awareness about antibiotic use and resistance.
The first results will be communicated at the ECCMID-2016 congress. For more information click here.