Find a local peer support network
All Wales HOS Clinical Network
The All Wales Home Oxygen Clinical Group meets quarterly to learn, review and improve services across Wales. Over the next 3 years as a group we are agreeing All Wales guidelines for patient information, risk assessment patient reported outcomes. We are also looking at variation and trying to reduce it across the Health Boards using best practice
Basingstoke Respiratory Nurse Forum
A vibrant group of mostly Practice nurses, although anyone with a respiratory interest is welcome. We have good links and support from specialist secondary care Respiratory nurses and Physiotherapists who regularly attend. Members come from a wide area of North Hampshire.
Bedford Respiratory Network
A forum to share best practice, motivation, resources and success whilst focusing on delivering high quality respiratory care.
We are a group formed of multidisciplinary health professionals focusing on best respiratory care in our area. The group offers an opportunity to network, share best practice and attend regular educational meetings. It is also an opportunity for integration of various teams, including but not exclusive to GP practices and community pharmacy.
BNSSG Respiratory Interest Group
We are a friendly group of healthcare professionals from across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire ICS who network and share best practice. We bring complex case studies for discussion and regional updates to the meetings. We would love to welcome new members from all professions and clinical areas. We are developing a new education program and hope to have a respiratory educational conference soon.
Please contact Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Cambridgeshire Respiratory Interest Group
Advising practice nurses on best practice for respiratory patients
City and Hackney Respiratory Champions
A multi-disciplinary team to act as champions for the borough and support other healthcare professionals, working as a team to deliver the best care possible.
Croydon Respiratory Champions
Informal meetings for Croydon primary care practitioners to share best practice and improve patients outcomes
East Dorset Respiratory Interest Group (RIG)
East Dorset RIG meet regularly for respiratory updates and networking every quarter. We join with the West Dorset RIG annually for a pan-Dorset meeting. Attendees are from many disciplines including practice nurses, hospital respiratory nurses, community nurses, GPs, physios and pharmacists.
East Surrey Group
East Surrey PCRS meeting every 3 months for education updates & networking
Flyde Coast Respiratory Forum
Multidisciplinary membership is encouraged welcoming disciplines from primary, community and secondary care
FORD Norwich has been running for many years, originally founded by Steph Wolfe. This is a friendly and popular group and always well attended. We run meetings three times a year and focus on 'grass roots' education.
FORD East ( Great Yarmouth and Waveney)
Most Easterly UK respiratory group - keen to spread the word about Respiratory disease to raise the standards of care within the Primary care community.
Herefordshire Primary Care Respiratory Group
A multidisciplinary group of respiratory-interested clinicians, aiming to optimise the care of people with respiratory conditions throughout Herefordshire through networking and collaboration.
Hull and East Yorkshire Respiratory Education (HEYRespEd)
HEYRespEd your local Hull and East Yorkshire respiratory education provider. An enthusiastic multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals with a vision to improve the delivery of our local respiratory service, offering high-quality education to primary and secondary care providers.
Providing a platform for healthcare professionals across the interface to discuss the clinical management of patients with airways disease, sharing best practice and experiences.
Kent and Medway Respiratory Forum
4 lunch time meetings a year with a guest expert speaker/clinician followed by discussion,case studies and sharing of ideas, best practice. all welcome
Leeds Respiratory Network
Our network is open to respiratory interested clinicians from primary, secondary and community.
MK Respiratory Forum
Multi-disciplinary respiratory educational group with attendess from both primary and secondary care
Monmouthshire Respiratory Link Nurse Group
Monmouthshire Respiratory Link Nurse Group consists of generalist and specialist nurses who primarily support patients who are registered with a Monmouthshire GP and live within the catchment area of the 4 Integrated Team Hubs of Abergavenny, Usk/Raglan, Monmouth, Chepstow/Caldicott. Our local prison nurses are members also. Due to cross boundaries the group welcomes colleagues from other counties. The group is affiliated with Aneurin Bevan's Respiratory Network. The specialist nurses are also affiliated with the All Wales Clinical Oxygen Group and the ILD-INN Regional network.
NI Respiratory Nurse Specialist Forum
The NI Respiratory Nurse Specialist Forum was established to share best practice and improve respiratory care services for people across NI. It provides educational updates and professional networking for the members.
Norfolk Respiratory Interest Group (NRIG)
Intergrate primary and secondary care learning, unfortunately not able to do this year due to Covid, but plans are still there to be able to do this in the future
North Norfolk FORD
Focus on Respiratory Disease group providing regular educational events and networking opportunities.
Notts General Practice Respiratory Network
Notts General Practice Respiratory Network is a group of health care professionals working within General Practice with a keen interest in Respiratory conditions.
As a Network we hope to bring like minded clinicians together to support and improve respiratory care locally by, sharing best practice, educating, sharing and discussing professional updates & guidelines, as well as working on and supporting local Quality Improvement projects based around improving respiratory services and outcomes for patients locally.
Respiratory Care Solutions
Respiratory Care Solutions in a social enterprise with the aim of inspiring and education health care professionals. The lead for Bradford Respiratory Network is Sarah Oeser (practice nurse).
Sevenoaks Practice Nurse Respiratory Forum
A friendly, informal quarterly group meeting for local practice nurses with a role in respiratory care, focusing on varying respiratory topics, when possible from non promotional speakers. A light sandwich lunch is provided.