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Apokalypsgrisar och hotet av antibiotikaresistens i ljuset av nya veterinärmedicinska åtgärder inom EU

Frempomaa, Judith LU (2017) LAGF03 20171
Department of Law
Faculty of Law
Abstract
This paper aims to examine the arrangements taken to prevent the development of Antimicrobial resistance in production animals which transfers to humans through the food chain and therefor constitutes a threat against the public health. The examination focuses on the development of Antimicrobial resistance within the EU. It firstly presents what present research says about possible arrangements which should be taken to constrain the development of Antimicrobial resistance. After that it will examine the competence of the EU and which suggestions and arrangements EU has taken to examine what the EU can do to protect the public health against the development of Antimicrobial resistance. This part emanates from the EU commission’s course of... (More)
This paper aims to examine the arrangements taken to prevent the development of Antimicrobial resistance in production animals which transfers to humans through the food chain and therefor constitutes a threat against the public health. The examination focuses on the development of Antimicrobial resistance within the EU. It firstly presents what present research says about possible arrangements which should be taken to constrain the development of Antimicrobial resistance. After that it will examine the competence of the EU and which suggestions and arrangements EU has taken to examine what the EU can do to protect the public health against the development of Antimicrobial resistance. This part emanates from the EU commission’s course of action against Antimicrobial resistance. The paper focuses on the arrangements that concerns the veterinary medical legislation and guidelines for the use of Antimicrobials. Further the thesis will examine what EU is willing to do in other words what EU has done. This will be done by examine how the above described parts of the commissions course of action has been carried out within the EU legal system. Finally, this question is tied together in a critical analysis concerning whether the EU arrangements are sufficient to protect the public health against AMR. The conclusion is that the arrangements are necessary to reach a prudent use of Antimicrobials and to combat the development of Antimicrobial resistance. The science has earlier been unsure and there is still not sufficient statistical data to ensure the connection between overuse of AM and the development of Antimicrobial resistance in production animals. The guidelines request a prudent use, which the EU has competence to regulate in the new proposal to a new veterinary medical medicine regulation. A more confident statistical material could possibly lead to that EU in the future will take more far-reaching law-making action (Less)
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author
Frempomaa, Judith LU
supervisor
organization
course
LAGF03 20171
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
AMR, Antibiotika resistence, EU rätt, folkhälsa
language
Swedish
id
8915202
date added to LUP
2017-09-18 10:36:57
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2017-09-18 10:36:57
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  abstract     = {This paper aims to examine the arrangements taken to prevent the development of Antimicrobial resistance in production animals which transfers to humans through the food chain and therefor constitutes a threat against the public health. The examination focuses on the development of Antimicrobial resistance within the EU. It firstly presents what present research says about possible arrangements which should be taken to constrain the development of Antimicrobial resistance. After that it will examine the competence of the EU and which suggestions and arrangements EU has taken to examine what the EU can do to protect the public health against the development of Antimicrobial resistance. This part emanates from the EU commission’s course of action against Antimicrobial resistance. The paper focuses on the arrangements that concerns the veterinary medical legislation and guidelines for the use of Antimicrobials. Further the thesis will examine what EU is willing to do in other words what EU has done. This will be done by examine how the above described parts of the commissions course of action has been carried out within the EU legal system. Finally, this question is tied together in a critical analysis concerning whether the EU arrangements are sufficient to protect the public health against AMR. The conclusion is that the arrangements are necessary to reach a prudent use of Antimicrobials and to combat the development of Antimicrobial resistance. The science has earlier been unsure and there is still not sufficient statistical data to ensure the connection between overuse of AM and the development of Antimicrobial resistance in production animals. The guidelines request a prudent use, which the EU has competence to regulate in the new proposal to a new veterinary medical medicine regulation. A more confident statistical material could possibly lead to that EU in the future will take more far-reaching law-making action},
  author       = {Frempomaa, Judith},
  keyword      = {AMR,Antibiotika resistence,EU rätt,folkhälsa},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Apokalypsgrisar och hotet av antibiotikaresistens i ljuset av nya veterinärmedicinska åtgärder inom EU},
  year         = {2017},
}