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About PCRA

PCRA has been developed by Cogora in partnership with PCRS.

We run a programme of respiratory-focused events and resources that are constantly updated to reflect up-to-date research and clinical practice.

Our aims

We aim to provide primary care clinicians with evidence-based resources to enable them to deliver best practice for their patients.

We also aim to supply commissioners with tools, tips and hints to support them in commissioning respiratory services effectively.

Clinical platform

The PCRA Clinical Platform is designed to help primary care clinicians provide best-practice respiratory care to their patients. It offers a wide range of resources including CPD modules, videos and articles – all reflecting best practice.

Since 2016 we have engaged with more than 3,700 clinicians through our events, and now host a wide range of resources.

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Commisioning platform

The Commissioning Platform equips the service development community with tools and knowledge to deliver improved outcomes for their populations. Our workshops and resources are designed by commissioning experts, ensuring they are up to date and relevant.

Since 2017 we have engaged with more than 250 providers through our workshops, and now host an array of resources.

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Media partners

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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.