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Leeds Respiratory Network Newsletter

Leeds Respiratory Network Newsletter

Weekly Newsletter

NICE evidence summary of spiolto: This is not on the Leeds formulary but we have people from around the country in the network and it’s also good to have an awareness of the other inhalers available

Great advice from asthma UK regarding asthma at school, it’s exam time ensure hayfever is managed appropriately to prevent exacerbations and time off school

Chief Nurse Jane Cummings has published a new framework for nurses. Leading change, adding value

All nurses should read this document and be brave enough to start making changes. We need to help and support each other through these difficult times the NHS is facing. We originally started Leeds Respiratory network to try and reduce variation in respiratory care through education in Leeds. The network just keeps growing and growing with different members of the MDT from around the country and now we have a social enterprise! Maybe one day we will have an empire of franchises around the country that all help and support each other, anything is possible! In June we are taking 5 members of our education committee to the PCRS leadership course and 7 members to their annual conference in October. We hope to extend this offer to others in the network in the near future

Take part in the consultation on reforming healthcare education funding which includes student bursaries. Student nurses are expected to take out loans to train to be nurses


Read this blog from professor June Girvin regarding education


Quote of the week ” Your value does not decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth”

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