Welcome to CoEvalAMR

Convergence in evaluation frameworks for integrated surveillance of AMU and AMR

An integrated approach to surveillance spanning different sectors has been promoted by international organisations for more than a decade and constitutes a central recommendation of the WHO action plan on antimicrobial resistance. The consortium’s goal is to develop and make available guidance for the evaluation of surveillance for antimicrobial use and resistance that will address the specific needs of integrated surveillance systems for AMR. The project comprises networking, sharing, and learning activities, research activities, evaluation case studies and dissemination. Results allow understanding of the potential value of integrated surveillance for AMR, and comparing integrated surveillance strategies across countries in order to identify the most cost-effective approaches.



Multiple research groups working on the evaluation of integrated AMR surveillance looking at different perspectives of the evaluation challenge

  • Theory of Change
  • Systems-based approaches
  • Business cases
  • Governance structures
  • Suitable metrics and measurement approaches
  • Definition of integration levels

Disconnected activities of the work of different research and implementation groups

  • Multiple frameworks
  • Disjointed recommendations for evaluation and measurement

The consortium

See how it was formed and its activities, outputs and relevance


The Goal

Compare existing frameworks and approaches for the evaluation of AMR surveillance taking an integrated perspective and elaborate guidance for their use