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Dr Steve Holmes - Somerset: A Whole Practice Approach to Greener Healthcare This case study from Dr Steve Holmes provides an overview of the changes he and his colleagues have made over the past twenty years in order to improve not just the practice they run and how it operates, but als

In this PCRS Greener Healthcare Campaign podcast Carol Stonham, PCRS Executive Chair is joined by Ren Lawlor, PCRS Education Lead to discuss their Top Ten Tips for ensuring successful and meaningful virtual consultations with your patients.

In the next of the PCRS Greener Healthcare Campaign Podcasts and to celebrate Clean Air Day 2022, Carol Stonham (PCRS Executive Chair) is joined by Professor Sir Stephen Holgate (Medical Research Council Clinical Professor of Immunopharmacology at the Faculty of Medicine, Southampton; Respiratory

The PCRS Greener Respiratory Healthcare Quality Improvement (QI) toolkit has been developed to support HCPs working in the primary care setting to understand and evaluate the environmental impact of their clinical practice, identify ways to reduce this impact, set goals and priorities and evaluat

Asking patients with respiratory disease about their use of candles and whether they have an attached garage may not be at the top of the list when conducting a regular reviews but perhaps it should be.

The PCRS Greener Respiratory Healthcare Pathway is the latest in a suite of tools available to support colleagues working in primary care to understand and deliver greener and more sustainable high quality respiratory healthcare that is kinder to environment.

Originally presented at the PCRS Respiratory Conference 2020 Carol Stonham leads a panel discussion on Greener Healthcare that is kinder to respiratory health

This pragmatic guide has been developed based on the work of the PCRS Greener Healthcare Working Group.

In this article authors Daryl Freeman and Noel Baxter discuss some top tips you can implement locally to make the case for and influence others positively in support of greener respiratory healthcare.

Every year, air pollution causes up to 36,000 deaths in the UK.  The World Health Organisation and the UK Government recognise that air pollution is the largest environmental health risk we face today.

Air pollution causes up to 36,000 deaths in the UK every year and both cause and worsen lung disease.

In this article we discuss how to incorporate environmental considerations when selecting inhaler devices for patients newly diagnosed with respiratory disease.

As of April 2021, regional health and care needs in England will be coordinated through Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) (