PCRS is monitoring the developing situation with regards to the COVID-19 outbreak in the UK and is looking at contingencies in the increasingly likely scenario that it will probably not be feasible or wise to run the PCRS Respiratory Conference 2020 in the currently planned format.
We believe the inspiration, learning, networking and respite from clinical pressures provided by the Conference will be much needed by delegates by September and are looking at ways to offer as much of that as we can in alternative formats. Please watch this page for the latest updates.
The PCRS Respiratory Conference is the UK’s leading respiratory conference. Its aim is to inspire delegates to discover new ways of working with patients and colleagues, helping them to respond positively to the challenges of primary and community care. Attendees will be able create a brighter future for respiratory patients and a level of greater job satisfaction for themselves.
• A diverse programme relevant to all respiratory care professionals developing integrated and best practice care for people with respiratory disease.
• Thought-provoking keynote plenary presentations, clinical and service development sessions, scientific research abstracts and practical workshops.
If you’re working in a primary or community care environment, this conference is for you.
A Diverse Programme
Designed by a multi-disciplinary team of general practice, community and integrated care respiratory experts, including the conference partners, the programme will provide thought-provoking, interactive and inspiring keynote plenary presentations, patient-centred, essential clinical updates, key service development and commissioning sessions, scientific research presentations as well as practical workshops. Sessions are designed to be of equal interest regardless of where in the UK you are working.
The Telford International Centre, located in the heart of the UK, is a nationally acclaimed conference venues, within easy reach from anywhere in the UK via road, train and air.
Great Value for Money
With registration fees starting at just £165 for nurses / allied health professionals and £250 for GPs who are PCRS Members, plus the opportunity of a bursary towards travel and accommodation, the conference offers excellent value for money. Non-members can also take advantage of substantial conference registration savings by joining prior to registration.
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