In this section we’re provide you with communication tools you need to help your patients make informed decisions about antibiotic use.

One key tool is our educational materials, which can be distributed to patients and their families in clinics, hospitals, and pharmacies.

These materials cover a range of topics, from the risks of antibiotic overuse to the importance of finishing a full course of antibiotics as prescribed.


This communication tool is designed to help raise awareness of the importance of responsible antibiotic use and the risks of antibiotic overuse. Also, it provides an overview of the Happy Patient project.

HAPPY PATIENT Viruses or bacteria: What caused your infection?

This communication tool helps to clarify the differences between viruses and bacteria, and when antibiotics may be recommended.

HAPPY PATIENT Urinary Tract Infection Leaflet


This document is designed to provide information about UTIs in older adults and how they can be prevented and treated.

Remember: A urinary tract infection occurs when bacteria enter the urinary tract and cause symptoms. The bacteria involved in a urinary tract infection come from your own gastrointestinal tract, where they normally exist. 

HAPPY PATIENT Antibiotic Free Prescription

Our communication tool is designed to educate healthcare providers and patients about antibiotic-free prescribing practices and their benefits. It explains that antibiotics are not always necessary for treating infections, and that in many cases, non-antibiotic treatments can be just as effective.


Do you know the myths about UTI’s in nursing home residents? In this document, we analyse five myths around these infections.

HAPPY PATIENT What you need to know if you have been prescribed an antibiotic

This tool provides information as the importance of taking the antibiotic exactly as prescribed, including the correct dosage and frequency of administration.