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2021 PCRA webinar series

This year, PCRA are delighted to announce a series of free, interactive, and educational webinars. Experts will be delving deep into respiratory issues and sharing their insights to bring you eight fully rounded presentations. Subjects include diagnosis and management of COPD and asthma, as well as patient recovery journeys post-infection.

These webinars present an exciting opportunity for healthcare professionals to discuss and debate on a wide range of topics from the comfort of their own home. Healthcare professionals will have the chance to discuss key issues among peers on the actions needed to drive positive change in respiratory care.

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 webinars

2021 Clinical webinar series

Live set of 6 webinars: covering diagnosis and management, real-world challenges, lessons from COVID-19 and recovering from infections and exacerbations.

2021 Quality improvement webinars

Interactive workshops to discuss the latest challenges and hot topics affecting service provision with primary care respiratory specialists

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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.