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European Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ECDC (2019)   C2

The method, entitled “elicit-provide-elicit”, is a patient centred method which is adaptable to a range of clinical situations. Recent clinical trials show that the introduction of advanced communication skills based on this method in general practice allows primary care physicians to prescribe significantly less antibiotics while maintaining a high degree of patient satisfac-tion, without impacting patient recovery time and consultation times.

AMR,  Antimicrobial resistance,  patients,  antibiotics,