The Global Respiratory Infection Partnership (GRIP) recognizes the imminent onset of the post-antibiotic era and the declining numbers of new antibiotics in development. GRIP is committed to:
- Providing evidence-based advocacy and intervention for rational antibiotic use and antimicrobial stewardship
- Creating a framework for non-antibiotic treatment options for respiratory tract infections
- Facilitating a multi-stakeholder commitment to rational antibiotic use
Meet the experts
With GRIP's members coming from many different professional backgrounds and countries, GRIP brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and expertise in their respective disciplines.
A few key resources on antibiotics and URTIs
Below is just a small sampling of the broad range of educational resources GRIP has to offer. Visit the GRIP website to get additional materials and information.
Intended for: Primary care teams — not intended to be sent to patients
Description: Continuing professional development to educate primary care teams on need for change, effective communication, GRIP's 1,2,3 approach and the value of managing symptoms.
Intended for: Counseling tool for prescribers to use with patients — not intended to be sent to patients
Description: Simple, easy-to-understand chart that helps visually educate patients on antibiotic resistance and symptomatic treatment.
Intended for: Patients
Description: Reassures patients that symptomatic relief is going to meet their needs, provides realistic symptom duration and advice on when to seek further help.
*Please note that the above links will direct you to external websites.