In this episode Steve Holmes and Jane Scullion discuss optimising inhaler use and inhaler therapies. They share tips and advice on selecting inhalers taking into account important factors to be considered. Have you got views on inhalers? Tell us about them at email@example.com
Following on from their discussions around risk stratification in Asthma, in this PCRS podcast Jane Scullion and Steve Holmes explore risk stratification in COPD and highlight the red flags that might make you think that somebody with COPD is at risk.
Valerie Gerrard (Nurse Practitioner in Norfolk) joins Dr Steve Holmes (GP in Somerset) to discuss some of the issues around frailty and older people, using the Rockwood Clinical Frailty Scale and the importance of de-prescribing medication in the elderly.
Katherine Hickman (GP - Bradford, Respiratory Lead for West Yorkshire and Harrogate ICS, and PCRS Vice-Chair) is joined by Daryl Freeman (Associate Clinical Director for Norfolk Community Health and Care and PCRS Service Development Lead) and Vince Mak (Consultant Physician in Respiratory Integrated Care at Imperial College Healthcare Trust) to discuss the role of the integrated care physician, what the role entails, and its importance in supporting respiratory care.
Carol Stonham (Primary Care Nurse and PCRS Executive Chair) is joined by Ren Lawlor (Advanced Nurse Practitioner and PCRS Education Committee Chair) to discuss the contents of the children and young people asthma care bundle are and what it means to you in clinical practice. They delve into the five core components of the document and share their thoughts and experiences.
In this podcast Carol Stonham, PCRS Executive chair, and Ren Lawlor, PCRS education lead discuss the PCRS publication Fit to Care, which provides information on the skills, knowledge and training required to effectively and appropriately manage patients with respiratory disease in primary and intermediate care no matter what your profession is.
In this PCRS Greener Healthcare Campaign podcast Carol Stonham, PCRS Executive Chair is joined by Ren Lawlor, PCRS Education Lead to discuss their Top Ten Tips for ensuring successful and meaningful virtual consultations with your patients.
In this episode of the PCRS Podcast Dr Fiona Mosgrove (GP and PCRS Education Committee Member) discusses the complexities of Severe and Difficult Asthma with Dr Tom Fardon (Consultant Physician in Respiratory and General Internal Medicine at NHS Tayside, Chair of the National Advisory Group for Respiratory Medicine in Scotland, Clinical Lead for the Respiratory Care Action Plan for Scotland).
In the next of the PCRS Greener Healthcare Campaign Podcasts and to celebrate Clean Air Day 2022, Carol Stonham (PCRS Executive Chair) is joined by Professor Sir Stephen Holgate (Medical Research Council Clinical Professor of Immunopharmacology at the Faculty of Medicine, Southampton; Respiratory Physician and UKRI Clean Air Champion).