Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship
- Antimicrobial Use and Resistance Basics
Information about what antibiotic resistance is, diseases and infections commonly associated with antimicrobial resistance, and a fact sheet about antibiotic resistance in Minnesota.
FAQ About Antimicrobial Use and Resistance | What You Can Do | Common Infections
- Minnesota Antibiotic Stewardship Data
Data, statistics, MDH antibiogram, and other information about antibiotic stewardship and antimicrobial use.
- Antibiotics and Environmental Health
Antibiotics, resistant bacteria, and antibiotic resistance genes reach the environment through a variety of routes, including antibiotic use in human and animal health settings, home antibiotic use by patients with prescriptions, use of antibiotics to treat food production animals, application of antibiotics on plant agriculture, and use of antibiotics in a variety of industrial processes.
- For Health Professionals
A library of resources for health care facilities and clinicians to promote the effective implementation of antibiotic stewardship in human health care.
- For Animal Health Professionals
Resources for veterinarians, clinic staff, producers, and others in the fields of veterinary medicine and animal health care.
- For Educators
Presentations, online trainings, tools, and other resources for teaching about antibiotic resistance and stewardship.
- HAIs and Antibiotic Resistance in Minnesota: Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to frequently asked questions about how health care-associated infections and antibiotic resistance are connected, and surveillance programs Minnesota uses to measure HAIs and antibiotic resistance in the state.
- Minnesota One Health Antibiotic Stewardship Collaborative
A One Health approach recognizes that human, agricultural and companion animal, and environmental health are interconnected, and issues such as antibiotic stewardship require a collaborative effort across multiple disciplines.
Resistance anywhere is resistance everywhere.
Antibiotic overuse increases the development
of drug-resistant germs and
limits treatment options for infections.
You have a role in preventing antibiotic resistance.