In 2019, the NHS Long Term Plan set out aims to improve the lives and outcomes of people with respiratory disease through earlier diagnosis and treatment, ensuring the right medication and expanding rehabilitation services.

How has the NHS responded to COVID-19, and what can the respiratory community learn from the response?

The HSJ Respiratory Virtual Forum will bring together national and local leaders, senior managers, clinicians, the third sector and industry to analyse the impact of COVID-19, learn from the clinical response to coronavirus and look at getting back on track with national aims.


Why attend?

Who should attend:

  • Analyse the clinical response to COVID-19 – you will hear the latest updates from national leaders, and, crucially, take away the learning from the response to improve respiratory outcomes
  • Gain new and different insights – you will have the opportunity to hear practical and innovative solutions to the challenges posed by the pandemic and learn how to adopt them in your own service  
  • Network with and learn from national leaders, senior managers and clinicians – you will be able to share challenges and ideas in small group settings 
  • Make practical plans – you will leave with the learning to build your service for the future, in line with national aims
  • Clinical chairs and directors of commissioning from CCGs
  • Clinical leads and clinical directors from STPs/ICSs
  • Executive directors and clinical leads from GP Federations and Primary Care Networks
  • Heads of Clinical Networks
  • Clinical directors, respiratory consultants, specialist nurses, pharmacists and physiotherapists from secondary providers
  • GPs, community nurses and practice nurses
  • Very senior managers from arms’ length bodies including NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Leaders in public health from local authorities

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