News and Events: Self-management

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PPI member, Noelle Morgan, publishes article in Pulmonary Therapy

Congratulations to Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) member, Noelle Morgan, on her recent article published in Pulmonary Therapy
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Recently graduated PhD student, Io Hui, secures funding

Congratulations to Dr Io Hui and Professor Hilary Pinnock who have been awarded funding in the latest round of Innovation Grants from the Chief Scientist Office/Asthma UK.
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Study launches to facilitate the use of supported self-management in asthma care

We are delighted to announce the launch of the IMPlementing IMProved Asthma self-management as RouTine (IMP²ART) study, which aims to help general practices embed supported self-management into routine asthma care...
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Congratulations Dr Sam Mazumdar - SAPC Highly Commended Novice Presenter Prize

Congratulations to QMUL-based Academic Clinical Fellow Dr Sam Mazumdar...
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Highlights of 2017 at the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research

Thank you to all at the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research for making 2017 another productive and successful year! Special thanks to our Patient and Public Involvement group who...
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Financial incentives for self-management?

A great new paper from PhD student Tracy Jackson, along with several colleagues from the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Resaerch, investigates the evidence on the impact of financial incentives...
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Professor Chris Griffiths publishes Guardian article on air pollution crisis

Centre Co-Director Professor Chris Griffiths has published an opinion piece today on the Guardian website commenting on the impact of air pollution on public health in the UK. The article...
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Asthma Dodge – new mobile game to help understand asthma.

Professor Jonathan Grigg's 'School-based Asthma Project' team at Queen Mary University of London have, today, launched a new mobile game to help understand asthma. Asthma Dodge – a new mobile...
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Clinical & support staff perspectives on implementing self-management

The latest paper to be published from the IMP²ART team reports on their qualitative study exploring the perspectives of clinical professionals and support staff on implementing supported self-management for asthma...
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NIHR Signal - self-management can reduce unscheduled care

NIHR Signal The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Dissemination Centre has just published an NIHR Signal on the systematic meta-review of supported self-management for asthma recently published by Professor...
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