The AMR dictionary –as physical copies, PDFs, and the website (www.amrdictionary.net)– aims to educate and inform the public about antimicrobial resistance, or AMR.


The AMR dictionary’s contents, including its learning point and recommended video clips, are not intended to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you become sick, we recommend that you always see a local doctor or qualified healthcare provider for any questions about your medical condition.


Medical knowledge, research, and practices change constantly. The AMR dictionary will regularly update its PDFs and the website with the latest medical research and scientific findings relating to AMR. In evaluating this information, you should also check the most updated and official recommendations from your country's healthcare providers and government.


The AMR dictionary is not sponsored by any private or pharmaceutical organization and does not advertise any product. The AMR dictionary is published as open access under a CC BY license (Creative Common Attribution 4.0). 





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