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Table 1 Stakeholders in the issue of antimicrobial use and resistance in the Canadian food chain

From: Identifying non-traditional stakeholders with whom to engage, when mitigating antimicrobial resistance in foodborne pathogens (Canada)

Stakeholder Traditionally engaged by public health organizations in the issue of AMR in the food chain?
Yes No
Organizations Federal Agriculture, Food, Health, and Trade Ministries
Provincial Ministries of Agriculture, Health/Public Health
Animal and Human Health Organizations
Animal Industry Organizations
Vet/Human Medical Associations
Codex Alimentarius Commission
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)
World Health Organization (WHO)
Drug Manufacturers (R&D, marketing)
Consumers, consumer advocacy groups
Political organizations
Urban, municipal planners
Individuals Farmers, veterinarians Nutrition, food security experts
Farm, international market economists
The public
Educators, parents
Health communication, program evaluation experts
Lawyers
Animal, human welfare advocates
Academia, network/systems experts
Political strategists, lobbyists
Demographers
Futurists, social innovators
Environmentalists, urban agriculture workers