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Opinions of Our Participants

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Dr Alike van der Velden
Professor Attila Altiner
Professor Antonio Carlos Pignatari
Professor Sabiha Essack
Mr John Bell
Professor Roman Kozlov
Dr Aurelio Sessa
Professor Sergio Caretta
Dr Laura Noonan
Dr Martin Duerden
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Dr Alike van der Velden
What are the benefits of the GRIP's ABC framework for the managemnet of sore throat?
Professor Attila Altiner
It's not taking the patient seriously to say it's just a virus.
Professor Antonio Carlos Pignatari
Why is symptomatic relief important in the management of sore throat?
Professor Sabiha Essack
What are the benefits of the GRIP's ABC framework for the managemnet of sore throat?
Mr John Bell
Why is symptomaticrelief important in the management of sore throat? (Australia)
Professor Roman Kozlov
Why is a framework needed in the management of RTIs such as sore throat?
Professor Roman Kozlov
Why is a framework needed in the management of RTIs such as sore throat?
Dr Aurelio Sessa
On the shoulder of the GP lies the responsibility of antibiotic resistance.
Dr Sergio Caretta 
Antibiotic resistance due to improper use, is a clear and present danger for Humanity
Dr Laura Noonan
Liability and litigation are unfortunate drivers; until we have better ways of being sure something is not serious we will continue to see antibiotics being used.
Dr Martin Duerden
In practices where the leaflet was not used, 40% of children had antibiotics; where it was used, just 20% had antibiotics
Mr John Bell
Why is a framework needed in the management of RTIs such as sore throat? (Australia)
Dr Alike van der Velden
What are the benefits of the GRIP's ABC framework for the managemnet of sore throat?
Professor Attila Altiner
It's not taking the patient seriously to say it's just a virus.
Dr Aurelio Sessa
On the shoulder of the GP lies the responsibility of antibiotic resistance.
Dr Aurelio Sessa
On the shoulder of the GP lies the responsibility of antibiotic resistance.
Dr Sergio Caretta 
Antibiotic resistance due to improper use, is a clear and present danger for Humanity.
Dr Laura Noonan
Liability and litigation are unfortunate drivers; until we have better ways of being sure something is not serious we will continue to see antibiotics being used.
Dr Martin Duerden
In practices where the leaflet was not used, 40% of children had antibiotics; where it was used, just 20% had antibiotics
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