An online course developed by RESPIRE and the International Primary Care Respiratory Group shares the skills and insights to recognise, diagnose and manage respiratory disease in low- and middle-income countries
A summary of useful respiratory tests
We are pleased to announce following the IPCRG AGM on July 20th that we have three new member countries - France, Israel and Tunisia and we have a new group GEPRAPS representing Brazil.
Personalised and safe care, delivering a better experience for people living with COPD
In this episode we meet ’Spain GRAP’ and we hear from Miguel Roman, Family Doctor in Mallorca and Mar Martínez, Family Doctor in Bilbao.
An update on what has been happening with Asthma Right Care recently.
A RESPIRE qualitative study has identified significant challenges in the implementation of supported asthma self-management in primary care practice in Malaysia.
The focus of the 2021 year long World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) campaign is quitting tobacco.
During the IPCRG and RESPIRE Research School, which took place in 2020, 4 awards were made to research proposals submitted by the Early Career Researcher participants.
IPCRG and Medthority have created new material for their e-learning site on treating tobacco dependence. As well as the video case studies and learning assessment modules you can now hear three bite -size 15 minute podcasts from our IPCRG faculty.
We broadcast live to over 800 participants in 67 countries over three days; we hosted 99 speakers, accepted 249 abstracts, and shared 150 ePosters.
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