Rapid Update 3 – January 2019 Antibiotic prescribing: UK study reports that high volume prescribing GP practices issue more antibiotic prescriptions

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Rapid Update 2 – January 2019 Influenza: Large cohort study finds influenza vaccine decreases risk of death in people with heart failure

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Rapid Update 1-August 2018: Infections: Large UK cohort study finds increased risk of MRSA and Clostridium difficile infections in patients labelled as allergic to penicillin

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Rapid Update 3- March 2018: Antibiotic prescribing: UK study investigates quality of prescribing in primary care for children with respiratory tract infections

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Rapid Update 1- November 2017: Respiratory Tract Infections: UK observational study provides evidence to support the option of shorter penicillin courses for sore throats

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Infections: A large reduction in antibiotic prescribing for respiratory tract infections is associated with only a very slight increase in the incidence of pneumonia (Aug-16)

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