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Asthma Right Care Case Studies

In these three case studies clinicians explain how practices can help their patients to reduce their over reliance on short-acting beta2 agonists (SABAs).

  • Case 1 - Noel Baxter Locum GP and PCRS Policy Lead discusses the importance of system change in the practice particularly around the reviewing and reauthorising of repeat prescriptions for short acting beta-2-agonsts
  • Case 2 - Frances Barrett, Independent respiratory specialist nurse reports on a project to tackle SABA overuse in a practice
  • Case 3 - Katherine Hickman, GP and respiratory lead for the Leeds and Bradford area reports in  QIPP project to incentivise a reduction in SABA prescriptions
Last modified: 
26/11/2019
Category: 
Clinical resource or information
Derivation: 
PCRS Produced / Collaboration
Clinical Area: 
Asthma
Listing Status: 
Current