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  1. A Practical Guide to Improving the Quality of COPD Services

    12 January 2010

    76 Portland Place, London

    It is estimated as many as 3 million people in the UK are affected by Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). The National Clinical Strategy for COPD is currently in development, with the consultation document due for released by the Department of Health later this year.

  2. Regional Events - COPD Strategy Consultation

    3 March - 1 April 2010

    Various Venues

    The Department of Health, in partnership with the 10 SHAs in England and NHS Improvement (supported by the British Thoracic Society, Primary Care Respiratory Society, British Lung Foundation and Asthma UK) are holding a series of regional events. The aim of the events is to enable all interested healthcare professionals to hear from the National Clinical Directors for Respiratory Disease, Professor Sue Hill (Department of Health Chief Scientific Officer) and Dr Robert Winter (East of England SHA Medical Director), about the contents of the strategy. Delegates will feedback their views on the recommendations it contains, and have an opportunity to record their response to the consultation at the event.

  3. Royal Society of Medicine: Asthma Conference

    19 April 2010

    University Hospital South Manchester

    This conference will update the clinician/nurse specialist on the practical issues of managing patients with uncontrolled symptoms despite maximum conventional asthma therapy.

  4. British Thoracic Society Summer Meeting 2010

    24 - 25 June 2010

    University Place, University of Manchester

    BTS Summer Meeting 2010 Dates: Thursday 24 and Friday 25 June 2010 Venue: University Place, University of Manchester

  5. COPD7 Conference

    30 June - 2 July 2010

    international Conference Centre, Birmingham UK

    An International Conference aimed at the breadth of the COPD spectrum from basic science through to clinical practise and what people living with the condition need and want.

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