Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research

Centre Speakers at the 10th IPCRG World Conference

Members of the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research are presenting at the 10th International Primary Care Respiratory Group World Conference

Members of the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research are proud to be presenting at the 10th International Primary Care Respiratory Group (IPCRG) World Conference, 6th – 8th May 2021.

The World Conference is bringing together the primary care respiratory community to discuss and debate the current challenges in the management of patients with respiratory conditions.

Virtual Conference

This event will take place virtually between 6th and 8th May 2021. There are a wide range of sessions for delegates to attend including inspiring educational sessions, robust discussions, an ePoster showcase alongside a range of networking opportunities. The topics to be covered include the best practice in primary care management of chronic respiratory diseases, tobacco dependence, updates on COVID-19, long/post COVID-19, COVID-19 Vaccination, and remote working.

There will be an opportunity for delegates to watch all the session recording for six months after the event.

Centre members taking part in the Conference

If you are planning to attend the Conference, don’t miss the sessions below that our members are involved in. See their sessions below.

 

Thursday 6th May – Day 1

13:55 - Stream 1. Session 2: The challenge of COVID-19: A Clinical Update:

Hillary Pinnock - COVID-19: Remote Consultation for Chronic Respiratory Patients & Primary Care Re-organisation

14:15 Stream 1. Session 2: The challenge of COVID-19: A Clinical Update

Brian McKinstry - Early Warning System for the Deteriorating Patient with COVID-19

15:40 Stream 2. Session 3: Childhood asthma: Addressing problems across a large city

Mark Levy - Learning from Asthma Deaths

15:55 Stream 2. Session 3: Childhood asthma: Addressing problems across a large city

Richard Iles - From Large Scale Data: Can We Identify Individual Risk Factors?

 

Friday 7th May – Day 2

14:20 Stream 1. Session 6: The Immune System & Respiratory Health

Dermot Ryan - Respiratory Allergy: The Role of Immunotherapy in Primary Care

14:30 Stream 2. Session 6: Bronchiectasis: The Hidden Disease in Primary Care

Andy Bush - Persistent Bacterial Bronchitis & Bronchiectasis in Children

 

Saturday 8th May – Day 3

09:35 Stream 1. Session 8: Current Challenges in Asthma

Luke Daines - Diagnosis of Asthma: Latest Update

 

ePosters

The following posters from Centre members are part of the IPCRG World Conference. View the posters on the links below. 

Adapting the IMP2ART implementation strategy to the context of primary care during a COVID-19 pandemic

Kirstie McClatchey, Vivian Marsh, Tracy Jackson, Emma Kinley, Vicky Hammersley, Liz Steed, Hilary Pinnock

A clinical prediction model to support the diagnosis of asthma in children and young people in UK primary care

Luke Daines, Holly Tibble, Steve Turner, Aziz Sheikh, Hilary Pinnock

Delivery of supported self-management in asthma reviews: a mixed methods observational study nested in the IMP2ART programme of work

Emma Kinley

Exploring the psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on adults with asthma: a qualitative study

Tracy Jackson

Exploring the experiences of older adults living with asthma: a co-produced qualitative study

Tracy Jackson

Informing the development of asthma review templates: A mixed-studies systematic review of long-term condition (LTC) review templates in clinical consultations

Kirstie McClatchey, Emma Kinley, Hilary Pinnock

International research priorities to address the long-term respiratory consequences of COVID-19

Luke Daines, Aziz Sheikh

What determines the extent to which children and young people avoid asthma triggers at home?

Grace Lewis, Linda Milnes, Jurgen Schwarze, Alexandra Adams, Alistair Duff

What features do patients and clinicians ‘want’ in the future Internet Of Thing (IoT) systems for asthma: a mixed method study

Chi Yan Hui 

 

The times above are provisional and subject to change.

Image credit: International Primary Care Respiratory Group