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Greener respiratory healthcare puts patients at the heart of the system Holistic care that puts patients at the heart of systems and decision-making processes so that they are more likely to adhere to appointments, self-care and prescribed medicines is key to achieving greener respirato

Greener respiratory healthcare: where do we go now as the inhaler recycling schemes comes to an end? There is an urgent need for a national strategy to avoid the estimated 73 million respiratory inhalers prescribed each year from entering landfill, concluded participants at the PCRS Gre

A new study published in The Advances in Therapy journal, using real world-data confirms a link between over-reliance on SABA inhalers and an increase in asthma exacerbations and asthma-related healthcare utilisation

Concerned about diagnosing patients presenting with respiratory symptoms? Help is at hand. PCRS have now issued a position statement and recommendations for clinicians on the diagnostic work up of patients presenting with respiratory symptoms while Covid-19 remains in active circulation.

G20 country leaders have today been urged to prioritise greener healthcare as they develop post-COVID 19 economic recovery plans.

NICE has issued new rapid guidance on keeping safe those patients in the community with interstitial lung disease (ILD).

Current smokers with COVID-19 are at increased risk for severe complications and face a higher mortality rate than former or never smokers.

Carol Stonham, PCRS Executive Chair was delighted to receive a letter today from Kay Boycott, the Asthma UK and BLF CEO thanking PCRS members for working throughout the Easter Weekend.

NICE issue rapid guidelines on the community management of patients with COPD NICE has issued new rapid guidance on keeping safe those patients in the community with COPD.

Primary Care Respiratory Society (PCRS) we are delighted to announce that Mrs Lynn Ladbrook has been appointed as the new Chief Executive

Asthma UK and the British Lung Foundation have launched an online hub to support patients recovering from COVID-19 with persistent breathlessness.

A video setting out top tips for consulting with asthma and COPD patients by telephone and video has been made by PCRS Executive Vice Chair Katherine Hickman.

PCRS is encouraging healthcare professionals and patients to download and share a new app which will help experts to study the Covid-19 symptoms and track how it spreads.

The Coronavirus pandemic is creating a particularly challenging environment for primary, community and integrated teams to deliver care to patients with respiratory disease.