Check your understanding and expand your knowledge by taking another quiz! An answer key can be downloaded from the bottom of this page.
Q1: What statement is correct?
A. Antibiotic resistance is only a problem in parts of the world where the sale of antibiotics is unregulated.
B. Antibiotic resistance is only a problem for patients who will undergo advanced medical procedures such as hip replacements, caesarian sections or chemotherapy.
C. Antibiotic resistance is a global problem that in different ways affects people around the world.
Q2: What is the Global Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance?
A. A plan, adopted by the World Health Assembly in 2015, containing strategic objectives that indicate what the world should focus on to ensure access and availability to effective antimicrobials for as long as possible.
B. A plan developed by the UN that describes what research areas member states should prioritize in order to prolong the usefulness of antimicrobials.
C. A plan developed by the global network ReAct that aims to inspire diverse stakeholders, policy makers included, to global action on antimicrobial resistance.
Q3: Please describe which alternative below that lists three actions individuals can take to help slow down the spread and emergence of antibiotic resistant bacteria.
A. Eat less meat, use clothes made out of antibacterial fabric, take antibiotics as soon as possible upon an infection.
B. Eat less meat, get vaccinated and self-medicate infections.
C. Get vaccinated, cook meat thoroughly and do not use antibiotics unnecessarily.
Q4:Countries are encouraged by the WHO to set up national action plans on antimicrobial resistance. What focus areas should such plans ideally include?
A. A strategy for surveillance and monitoring of antibiotic resistance, a plan for how to decrease the need for antibiotics and a strategy for how to deal with non-human use of antibiotics.
B. A strategy for optimizing access and rational use of antibiotics and a plan for relevant research activities.
C. All of the above.
More from "Part 4"
- A global problem
- What do we need to do for the future?
- Global initiatives to fight antibiotic resistance
- What can I do?
- Resistance quiz
- Panel discussion
- Where do you think we will be in 50 years?
- Test your understanding IV
- Reflection and analysis: engaging the general public
- End of course
- Thank you and farewell