e have issued pragmatic guidance for the routine and crisis management of patients with asthma and COPD during the UK Covid-19 epidemic.
The Coronavirus pandemic has created a challenging environment for the delivery of care to patients with respiratory disease.
Digital health has come to the fore with the COVID pandemic. Some apps and digital strategies are welcome and we wish we had adopted them years ago – other initiatives are not so effective and we have concerns about how they will affect the healthcare we provide. There are many apps,
Jane Scullion (Respiratory Nurse Consultant, University Hospitals of Leicester) joins Dr Steve Holmes (General Practitioner, Somerset) to discuss Post COVID Syndrome, its symptoms, diagnosis and management in this latest episode of the PCRS podcast.
Jane Scullion and Dr Steve Holmes return to discuss the topic of shielding and whether its legacy has been predictable and the longer term impact of deconditioning on respiratory health.
Dr Steve Holmes and Jane Scullion discuss the challenges of diagnosing COPD in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic. How can we best pick up those patients who have developed COPD, should we be using spirometry? Grab a coffee, put your feet up and listen in.
Technology has enabled practices to gather enormous amounts of data but the data is only valuable when it is used, interpreted and applied to help make things better. However, data, dashboards and numbers can be overwhelming.
Digital technology offers all sorts of exciting opportunities and has the potential to bring about many benefits to healthcare. However, its success relies on patients being able to access technology, feeling comfortable using it, and clinicians also having appropriate access and training.
Originally presented at the PCRS Respiratory Conference 2021 David Baldwin presents on "What's Happened to Lung Cancer since COVID? How to Spot that 1 Patient per Year with Lung Cancer"
PCRS have developed this Quality Improvement Tool to help commissioners, providers and healthcare professionals overcome challenges in variation of care and help to practically demonstrate what excellence is.
Originally presented at the PCRS Respiratory Conference 2020 Clare Cook leads a panel discussion on Rehabilitation and supporting behaviour change in the post COVID-19 era
During 2021, IPCRG has been providing evidence based answers to the questions our global Sentinel Network of practising primary health care professionals ask about COVID.
Monday 29th November 2021, 18:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 9th November 2021, 18:00 - 19:00