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Issue 4: May/June 2015

Special Features

  • Editor’s Round-Up Hilary Pinnock
  • Chair's perspective: Why it is important that we continually strive to provide the best respiratory care for our patients Stephen Gaduzo
  • Expand your horizons at the premier respiratory conference for primary care Francesca Robinson

Regular Features

  • Policy Round-Up Bronwen Thompson
  • Getting the Basics Right Allergic rhinitis: A common problem, not to be sneezed at! Stephanie Wolfe
  • Journal Round-Up
  • PCRS-UK News Round-Up
  • Delivering Excellence Locally Practice Nurse is inspired to improve asthma care after reading NRAD report Francesca Robinson, Sarah Anderson
  • Improvement Tools National Review of Asthma Deaths – Have you taken appropriate steps to protecting your patients with asthma? Iain Small
  • NHS Medway and Swale CCG using Stepping Down Triple Therapy Practice Improvement Worksheet Tricia Bryant
  • Regional Leaders Workshops offer support and inspiration Francesca Robinson, Deirdre Siddaway, Carla Astles
  • PCRS-UK Affiliated Groups - A powerful tool for education and professional development, camaraderie and local support Carol Stonham, Tricia Bryant
  • Update your clinical practice: Practical approach to managing exercise-induced asthma in children and adults
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