Here you can read about the eight fields of activity of the StAR Strategy
A good and comprehensive set of data creates the foundation which allows measures to be implemented in a targeted manner.
Preventive measures promote the health of humans and animals in such a way that the use of antibiotics, and thus the development of resistance, can be reduced.
Antibiotics must be used appropriately to prevent the development of resistance.
When resistant organisms develop, these must be rapidly identified and their transmission and spread minimised.
Interdisciplinary research and development focusing on the creation, transmission, spread and combating of resistant bacteria is being intensified.
Cross-sector cooperation will be actively promoted and improved to successfully combat problems.
Knowledge of antibiotic resistance will be improved among experts and the general public so that more responsible decisions are taken and resistance levels fall.
The general conditions will be checked and framed in such a way as to ensure that effective antibiotics continue to be available and that they will be used responsibly.