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Resource Classification Time to Review
Face to face tobacco cessation and CO monitoring to resume Type: News
Clinical Area: Respiratory tests and investigations, Tobacco smoking and nicotine
Status: Current
New position statement on spirometry Type: News
Clinical Area: Respiratory tests and investigations
Status: Current
PCRS Position Statement Spirometry Type: Resource
Clinical Area: COVID-19, Respiratory tests and investigations
Status: Current
Remote consultations in sustainable healthcare Type: Event
Clinical Area: Greener Healthcare
Status: Current
PCRS calls for action to promote greener healthcare in order to 'Live Well' this World COPD Day Type: News
Clinical Area: Greener Healthcare
Status: Current
Peak flow monitoring and microspirometry as aids to respiratory diagnosis in primary care: more important than ever in times of COVID Type: Resource
Clinical Area: Respiratory tests and investigations, Winter Wrapped
Status: Current
PCRU Issue 21: Winter 2020
The differential diagnosis of the breathless patient Type: Resource
Clinical Area: Asthma, COPD, Winter Wrapped
Status: Current
PCRU Issue 21: Winter 2020
PCRS Patient Reference Group Call for Members Type: News
Clinical Area: Other
Status: Current
Tips for encouraging activity as a gateway to good respiratory health Type: Resource
Clinical Area: Winter Wrapped
Status: Current
PCRU Issue 21: Winter 2020
Top tips for communicating the benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation to patients Type: Resource
Clinical Area: COPD, Winter Wrapped
Status: Current
PCRU Issue 21: Winter 2020
Issue 21: Winter 2020 Type: Resource
Clinical Area: COVID-19, Infection, Respiratory tests and investigations, Tobacco smoking and nicotine, Winter Wrapped
Status: Current
8th International Conference on COPD and Lung Health Type: Event
Clinical Area: COPD
Status: Current
Greener Healthcare Type: Resource
Clinical Area: Greener Healthcare
Status: Current
Re-designing Respiratory Digital Clinical Pathways during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond Type: Event
Clinical Area: COVID-19
Status: Current
Home Mechanical Ventilation UK Meeting 2021 Type: Event
Clinical Area: Other
Status: Current
PCRS response to NHS commitment to become net-zero by 2040 Type: News
Clinical Area: Other
Status: Current
Tobacco dependency is a long-term relapsing condition that usually starts in childhood Type: Resource
Clinical Area: Tobacco smoking and nicotine, Winter Wrapped
Status: Current
PCRU Issue 21: Winter 2020
Spirometry Q&A Type: Resource
Clinical Area: COVID-19, Respiratory tests and investigations, Winter Wrapped
Status: Current
PCRS calls for comments on white paper - Achieving Greener Respiratory Healthcare Type: News
Clinical Area: Other
Status: Current
Influenza Type: Resource
Clinical Area: Infection, Other, Winter Wrapped
Status: Current
PCRU Issue 21: Winter 2020
ARC Type: Resource
Clinical Area: Asthma, Inhaler devices
Status: Current
Winter Wrapped Type: Resource
Clinical Area: Asthma, COPD, COVID-19, Inhaler devices
Status: Current
Putting patients at the heart of greener respiratory services Type: News
Clinical Area: Other, Respiratory tests and investigations
Status: Current
Inhaler recycling - where now? Type: News
Clinical Area: Inhaler devices
Status: Current
New study confirms link between over-reliance on SABA inhalers and increase in asthma exacerbations Type: News
Clinical Area: Asthma
Status: Current