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Improved outcomes in ex-smokers with COPD: a UK primary care observational cohort study - new paper published.

2 June 2017

New paper "Improved outcomes in ex-smokers with COPD: a UK primary care observational cohort study" paper was accepted for publication in March 2017.  The poster presentation happened at the the IPCRG Conference, Amsterdam, earlier in 2016.

The ERJ have commented this paper is of ‘outstanding educational value’ and to be considered for CME accreditation. Congratulations to Dr Lynn Josephs and the team..

Read the paper here > 


Why might nurses miss people’s ‘danger signs’ at night? – Dr Jo Hope

Staff told us it was hard to keep patients safe while making sure they got a decent amount of uninterrupted sleep. They agreed that the most unwell patients should be checked most often. However instead of taking observations according to the early warning protocol, they used their clinical judgement, juggled timings around other ward expectations or skipped observations to avoid waking other patients read blog >

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