At the annual programme meeting of the ‘Antimicrobial Resistance’ National Research Programme (NRP 72), researchers and representatives of the Strategy on Antibiotic Resistance (StAR) came together to exchange ideas and experiences. The main focus of their discussions were the initial results of the 40 or so projects underway.
Lesen Sie hier mehr zur Informationskampagne. Im Weiteren informieren wir Sie zu den Publikationen des "Swiss Antibiotic Resistance Report 2018" und des StAR-Berichts 2018, sowie zur Teilnahme der Schweiz an der "World Antibiotic Awareness Week".
From 12 to 18 November 2018, international bodies including the World Health Organization (WHO) are initiating another World Antibiotic Awareness Week to raise awareness of antibiotic resistance among members of the public, professionals and political decision makers across the globe.
At the initiative of the Federal Public Health (FOPH), Food Safety and Veterinary (FSVO), Ag-riculture (FOAG), and Environment (FOEN) Offices, during the week from 13 to 19 November 2017 various actors organized and staged more than 50 activities. Afterwards the actors participating were asked to complete a questionnaire. Here you will find a synopsis of the week and the evaluation of the responses.
Talking about antibiotic resistance – this is the aim of International Antibiotic Aware-ness Week, which will be held from 13 – 19 November 2017 in many different countries. Switzerland is also taking part in 2017.
Resistance to antibiotics will be discussed in Switzerland in the week of 13 to 19 November 2017. The setting of ‘International Antibiotic Awareness Week’ provides an opportunity to address and discuss many aspects of this topic.
pharmaSuisse Swiss Pharmacists Association, the Association of Swiss doctors FMH and the Federal Office of Public Health have joined forces to produce a fact sheet containing information and recommendations related to the use of antibiotics.