CCS's annual public lecture is being held 12.30-1.30 pm Friday 29 October 2021, presented by Professor Anne Holland, Head of Central Clinical School's Respiratory Research@Alfred department.
People living with chronic respiratory diseases have access to a range of drug and non-drug treatment options that are underpinned by robust scientific evidence. However, despite recent research advances these treatments do not always relieve important symptoms such as breathlessness, and some treatments are burdensome for patients.
Insights from the lived experience of people with chronic respiratory disease, including the experience of common treatments and hopes for future treatments, are critical to shaping the priorities for respiratory medicine research. Professor Holland will outline the ways in which consumer experiences (good and bad) have prompted development of new interventions, given rise to clinical trials and changed clinical practice, and will highlight new opportunities to address the research priorities of people living with chronic lung disease.
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