Doctors have reported a rise in the number of patients they are seeing with ill health due to the wider determinants of health, such as living in mouldy or damp homes, employment, poor air quality or education, a census has revealed –
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In response to the BBC’s Morning Live segment broadcast 12th February on asthma, PCRS has formulated a joint response with the British Thoracic Society raising our concerns of the inaccurate reporting on asthma treatment.
Our complaint in full:
Today the British Thoracic Society (BTS) and the Primary Care Respiratory Society (PCRS) publish a joint Position Statement on Integrated Care in Respiratory.
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