The PCRS Respiratory Researchers Workshop is a unique opportunity in the UK calendar to meet like-minded primary care researchers. Our next meeting will be held virtually.
Inspiring Primary Care Respiratory Research and Researchers Thursday 19 September 2019 12:30 - 17:00 The International Centre, Telford
People living with respiratory disease require a significant amount of support, guidance and intervention to manage their condition effectively. These interventions should be delivered by clinicians with an appropriate level of expertise in this field.
On World Lung Day, 25 September 2022, the Forum of International Respiratory Societies (FIRS) calls on governments worldwide to address stark global inequalities in respiratory health.
PCRS joins the nation in offering our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Royal Family on the death of Her Majesty the Queen.
Professor James Chalmers (British Lung Foundation Chair of Respiratory Research, University of Dundee) joins Dr Fiona Mosgrove (GP and Senior Clinical Lecturer with the General Practice team at the University of Aberdeen) for this latest PCRS podcast to discuss the diagnosis and management of bro
In this short podcast Dr Steve Holmes and Jane Scullion discuss respiratory consultations and the merits and top tips for good remote consultations
In this latest PCRS podcast, Daryl Freeman discusses respiratory care in Norfolk and how in her role as Associate Clinical Director for Norfolk Community Health and Care she's striving to standardise care across Norfolk and Waveney, and trying to bring primary, secondary and community care togeth
Valerie Gerrard (Nurse Practitioner in Norfolk) joins Dr Steve Holmes (GP in Somerset) to discuss some of the issues around frailty and older people, using the Rockwood Clinical Frailty Scale and the importance of de-prescribing medication in the elderly.
Katherine Hickman (GP - Bradford, Respiratory Lead for West Yorkshire and Harrogate ICS, and PCRS Vice-Chair) is joined by Daryl Freeman (Associate Clinical Director for Norfolk Community Health and Care and PCRS Service Development Lead) and Vince Mak (Consultant Physician in Respiratory Integra
In this podcast Carol Stonham, PCRS Executive chair, and Ren Lawlor, PCRS education lead discuss the PCRS publication Fit to Care, which provides information on the skills, knowledge and training required to effectively and appropriately manage patients with respiratory disease in primary and int
Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) is the topic of discussion in this episode of the PCRS Podcast.
There are no mandatory training requirements for healthcare professionals delivering respiratory care and the quality of care and patient pathways are variable throughout the country depending on the knowledge, skills, competence and confidence of those delivering care.
The PCRS conference is one of the highlights of the PCRS calendar. This year, we are excited to be bringing back our regular face-to-face conference and we’ll be travelling down to Telford International Centre on 22nd September spring in our step!
After nearly three years in the role, Lynn Ladbrook, PCRS CEO, has announced that she will be leaving the Primary Care Respiratory Society at the end of September to take on a new role at the Association of Science Education.