GRIP has come a long way since its establishment in 2011. The first GRIP Meeting was held in 2012, where the group defined their mission and how they would operate in the broader context of AMR. GRIP also focused on driving the reduction of inappropriate antibiotic use for URTIs, as this was deemed a critical area where swift interventions and education could make a real difference in prescriber practice and patient behaviour. During 2013 and 2014, knowledge was translated into practice – the pentagonal 5Ps framework (policy, patients, prescribers, prevention and pharmacy) was introduced. GRIP materials were developed and released to provide pharmacy personnel and prescribers with the tools to have effective conversations around appropriate management of URTI.