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Table 1 Summary of the main characteristics identified from studying the 42 interventions coded to highlight the main features of the interventions for each building block in the AMR-Intervene database with the smallest/most narrow, largest/most broad, and most common value for selected variables of AMRIntervene

From: Characterizing social-ecological context and success factors of antimicrobial resistance interventions across the One Health spectrum: analysis of 42 interventions targeting E. coli

Variable Minimum Typical intervention Maximum
Start year of the intervention 1982 2004 2012
Duration of the intervention 1 year (7/42) Ongoing intervention when assessed (27/42) 7 years (1/42)
Country of implementation One country (40/42) One HIC (36/42) Several countries involved (2/42)
Level of implementation One level of implementation (37/42) National (16/42) Several levels involved (5/42)
Sector One sector of implementation (human or animal, 37/42) Human sector (25/42) Several sector involved (not frequent, 3/42)
Social system No specific social group targeted (26/42) No specific social group targeted (26/42) Several social groups targeted (29/42)
Number of bacteria targeted No specific bacteria targeted (13/42) Enterobacteriaceae (29/42) Three bacteria targeted (3/42)
Number of AM targeted No specific AM classes targeted (9/42) Betalactams (26/42) 7 AM classes targeted (3/42)
Responsible One institution responsible (28/42) Governmental institution (21/42) Partnership (2/42)
Funding source Privately funded (3/42) Government funded (38/42) Partnership (1/42)
Type of policy instrument used by the intervention One type of policy instrument (29/42) Regulation (19/42) Two types (7/42)
Trigger On trigger (31/38) State (15/42) 3 different types of trigger (1/42)
Goal One goal (28/42) State (16/42) 3 different types of goals (2/42)
Challenge of collective action One challenge (34/42) Surveillance (18/42) 3 different types of challenges (1/42)
Leverage point of the intervention   Low leverage point (36/42)  
Number of key results assessed One key result (6/52) 3 key results assessed (16/52) Five or more key results (4/52)
  1. The table gathers the main characteristics identified from studying the 42 interventions coded to highlight the main features of the interventions for each building block in the AMR-Intervene database with the smallest/most narrow, largest/most broad, and most common value for selected variables of AMRIntervene