The team presented two papers at the British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting 2015, 2nd – 4th December; ‘Higher service use amongst patients with advanced COPD and psychological co-morbidities: associations with quality of life, co-morbidities and exacerbations’, and ‘Patients with advanced COPD have unmet care and support needs across clinical settings: how can we identify needs […]
The team enjoyed presenting seven abstracts at the Primary Care Respiratory Society Conference on 16th- 17th October 2015. Amongst other abstracts, the team presented ‘Patient preferences for care in advanced COPD: results from a discrete choice experiment’. This abstract was produced in collaboration with RAND Europe. Caroline Moore from the team presented ‘Barriers and facilitators […]
The team enjoyed presenting two posters and two oral papers at SAPC in Oxford. We are currently looking forward to a local conference at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health as well as the Primary Care Respiratory Society in October.
Three papers were presented at the European Association for Palliative Care in Copenhagen in May 2015 focussing on patients’ preferences for care, on whether patients can self-identify anxiety and depression and on carers’ psychological health. We also reported on our study recruitment strategies in a workshop on recruitment during the conference and on the impact […]
Living with Breathlessness study in Canada – The study was presented informally to 19 Canadian teams from the INSPIRED approaches to COPD collaborative who met in Vancouver for a workshop led by the Canadian Foundation for Health Innovation (CFHI). Morag Farquhar was part of the guest faculty at the workshop and informed the teams about […]
The abstract “Enabling patient-centred care in advanced COPD: identifying care and support needs.” has been accepted as an oral paper at SAPC London annual scientific meeting that takes place 29-30th January 2015 at Madingley Hall, Cambridge Two abstracts have been accepted as posters at a joint meeting of Marie Curie Cancer Care and the Palliative […]