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2022 PCRA Events

Welcome to our 2022 PCRA Event Series! We will be bringing you a hybrid of face-to-face and virtual events that will touch key clinical and quality improvement topics.

We are excited to announce full day respiratory-focused clinical events taking place in Birmingham, London and Manchester. This is an excellent opportunity to discuss and debate with fellow GPs, nurses and community pharmacists on a wide range of topics such as asthma diagnosis and management, paediatric asthma, COPD, and new post-Covid-19 guidelines.

To cap off our live event series, we will also hold a series of interactive and educational webinars encompassing sessions on both the clinical and quality improvement platform.

Free to attend, registration is open now to our Clinical and Quality Improvement events.

The Primary Care Respiratory Academy has consistently delivered high-quality learning resources which have already been viewed by more than 5,500 clinicians.

About the PCRA events

2022 Clinical live and online events

Series of 3 face to face events and 2 webinars. PCRA 2022 programme will cover:important updates on asthma diagnosis and management, Paediatric asthma, Post Covid Syndrome,ILD, Bronchiectasis, and more.

2022 Quality improvement webinars

This year's quality improvement webinars will focus on Greener Healthcare and shortening the Respiratory Waiting Lists.

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An enjoyable and informative day. Knowledgeable speakers with a passion for improving respiratory care.
Dr Simon Spooner, GP Partner
An excellent event and a great opportunity to network.
Mr Ceri Mansell, Service Transformation Coordinator

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The Primary Care Respiratory Academy has been developed and is produced by Cogora, the publisher of Pulse, Nursing in Practice, Healthcare Leader, Management in Practice and The Pharmacist working in partnership with PCRS.

All educational content for the website and videos has been initiated and produced by PCRS and Cogora.

The Primary Care Respiratory Academy is sponsored by Chiesi Ltd.