For very general questions about antibiotics or antibiotic resistance, please contact the offices listed below. Please note, however, that these offices are unable to give personal medical advice. If you have any personal questions about your health or an illness or about the correct use of antibiotics, you should first contact your doctor, vet or pharmacist.
For questions about antibiotics and antibiotic resistance in connection with people or human medicine:
The correct use of antibiotics is important for the environment, because antibiotics also leave their mark on nature. Resistant bacteria that cause disease can put humans and animals at risk via the environment and agriculture.
This website is part of a national awareness-raising campaign to tackle antibiotic resistance. We can only use antibiotics properly if we are all well informed, so that they benefit us and save lives instead of endangering humans, animals and the environment. Our animal friends and human protagonists provide useful information and need your help. Feel free to share what you have learnt on this website. The more, the better – use wisely, take precisely!