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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.

Imperial College London is launching a qualitative study about screening and early treatment for pulmonary fibrosis. As primary care healthcare professionals, your participation would be highly appreciated.

The PCRS Executive is the main standing committee of PCRS. It leads on the development and implementation of the activities of the charity.  We are now able announce that following the call for applications, the executive committee election results are as follows:

The transformation of out of hospital services has been identified as a key element of the NHS recovery plan. Patient care delivered closer to or in their own homes was identified as a priority in the NHS Long Term Plan.

At the British Thoracic Society (BTS) 2022 Winter Meeting, respiratory experts from around the UK are discussing their apprehension of the looming pressure on the health system as we enter the winter months.

The British Lung Foundation, Primary Care Respiratory Society, Macmillan Cancer Support and other leading respiratory organisations are supporting a new lung cancer early-diagnosis campaign launched across the UK to raise awareness of lung cancer in ‘never-smokers’ amongst GPs and primary healthc

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.

Taxonomy: Current, Other, PCRU, 1 hour

Key learning points: • Taking a history, doing the examination, chest X-ray and spirometry are really important • Look for red flags and refer these patients straight to secondary care. • Do the basics which will point you towards the things you can do in primary care.

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