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PCRS Affiliated Groups

Whether you are a practice nurse or locality lead, being responsible for improving respiratory care for patients can be both daunting and frustrating – especially when you’re facing budget cuts, juggling workloads and trying to keep up-to-speed with the latest developments.

A local respiratory group is the ideal way to bring colleagues together in your area. Providing a forum to keep up to date, share best practice with peers and benefit from a network of support.

There are currently has around 50 affiliated local groups ranging from nurse groups, keen for a support network, through primary care groups helping colleagues to keep up to date with the latest clinical developments to multidisciplinary networks driving service improvement across a locality

We offer a range of tools to support individuals to set up and run an affiliated group including an annual meeting for group leaders to support personal development, free membership for affiliated group leaders and other resources 

Category: 
Professional development information
Respiratory lead or clinical lead information
Service development and improvement
Derivation: 
PCRS Produced / Collaboration
Listing Status: 
Current