We have a range of resources to help you understand antimicrobial resistance (AMR), including fact sheets, infographics, reports and strategies.
- 23 November 2021
This report looks at the development of decision making tool for common infections.
- 13 September 2021
The report builds on AURA 2019 and provides a comprehensive picture of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), antimicrobial use and the appropriateness of antimicrobial prescribing in Australia, in hospitals, aged care, general practice and the community.
- 30 July 2021
Fact sheet describing the role of nurses in combating AMR.
- 24 March 2021
This is the second and final Progress Report for Australia’s First National Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy 2015–2019 (the Strategy).
- 19 February 2021
Our master action plan supports the Australia's National Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy – 2020 and beyond. It outlines how to best meet the strategy's objectives over the next 5 years.
- 13 March 2020
The Australian Government has released Australia’s next national antimicrobial resistance strategy, following endorsement by the Council of Australian Governments.
- 20 December 2019
Australian Government Department of Health (2018). Review of published and grey literature on the presence of antimicrobial resistance in food in Australia and New Zealand.
- 16 December 2019
The report builds on AURA 2017 and provides a comprehensive picture of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), antimicrobial use and the appropriateness of antimicrobial prescribing in Australia, in hospitals, aged care, general practice and the community.
- 15 March 2019
The Senate Finance and Public Administration References Committee’s report Progress in the implementation of the recommendations of the 1999 Joint Expert Technical Advisory Committee on Antibiotic Resistance makes 10 recommendations relating to enhanced monitoring and reporting of antibiotic usage and resistance in animals and humans.
- 7 November 2018
The document outlines the relationship between Australia's importance rating for antibacterials and the World Health Organization's (WHO's) classifications of antibacterials.