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Welcome to PCRA

The Primary Care Respiratory Academy (PCRA) is a community of primary care health professionals and those who commission services.

We work with the Primary Care Respiratory Society (PCRS), the UK-wide professional society supporting high-value, patient-centred respiratory care.

Together we provide expert-guided learning and peer-to-peer exchange through live meetings and online resources.

Registration is open for 2019!

Register now for our 2019 Clinical, Commissioning and Community Pharmacy events

Update: Management of co-morbidities in asthma CPD module now live

Complete our 'Update: Management of co-morbidities in asthma' CPD module

Hear about what our delegate will now do differently for her CCG, after attending the Commissioning Workshop in London

Latest resources

Upcoming events





Community Pharmacy

London – South West

23rd May 2019

Hilton London Croydon



4th Jun 2019

Birmingham Conference and Events Centre




4th Jun 2019

Park Plaza Leeds



6th Jun 2019

Nottingham Belfry



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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 roadshows has been initiated and produced by PCRS/Cogora.