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PCRS welcomes the NHS commitment to becoming net carbon zero by 2040 as set out in the report “Delivering a Net Zero Health Service” (released today 1 October 2020). Climate change poses a major...
Greener respiratory healthcare puts patients at the heart of the system Holistic care that puts patients at the heart of systems and decision-making processes so that they are more likely to...
Greener respiratory healthcare: where do we go now as the inhaler recycling schemes comes to an end? There is an urgent need for a national strategy to avoid the estimated 73 million respiratory...
A new study published in The Advances in Therapy journal, using real world-data confirms a link between over-reliance on SABA inhalers and an increase in asthma exacerbations and asthma-related...
Concerned about diagnosing patients presenting with respiratory symptoms? Help is at hand. PCRS have now issued a position statement and recommendations for clinicians on the diagnostic work up of...
PCRS is delighted to announce the launch of Wave 1 of a series of new educational webinars for HCPs and patients to help the management of primary care respiratory conditions in light of the current...
G20 country leaders have today been urged to prioritise greener healthcare as they develop post-COVID 19 economic recovery plans. PCRS have co-signed a letter coordinated by the Global Climate and...
NICE has issued new rapid guidance on keeping safe those patients in the community with interstitial lung disease (ILD). Many patients with ILD will have received a letter telling them that they are...
Current smokers with COVID-19 are at increased risk for severe complications and face a higher mortality rate than former or never smokers. Jaber Alqahtani from University College London and...