This page contains links to IPCRG and Fresh Air films, training resources, conference abstracts and publications. Moreover, this page also contains other primary care respiratory science relevant publications. 


IPCRG

Fresh Air

Conference abstracts and training resources

IPCRG 2018

Applied Clinical Research and Implementation Science Abstracts

Research Ideas Abstracts 

Quality Improvement and Service Development Abstracts

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Publications pollution and health

  • Alexander DA, Northcross A, Karrison T, Morhasson-Bello O, Wilson N, Atalabi OM, et al. Pregnancy outcomes and ethanol cook stove intervention: A randomized-controlled trial in Ibadan, Nigeria. Environ Int [Internet]. Elsevier; 2018;111(July 2017):152–63. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2017.11.021
  • Sinharay R, Gong J, Barratt B, Ohman-Strickland P, Ernst S, Kelly F, et al. Respiratory and cardiovascular responses to walking down a traffic-polluted road compared with walking in a traffic-free area in participants aged 60 years and older with chronic lung or heart disease and age-matched healthy controls: a randomised, crossover study. Lancet [Internet]. Elsevier; 2018 Jan 8; Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(17)32643-0

Publications Fresh Air

All publications resulting from the FRESH AIR Horizon 2020 will be published using Open Access.  


Publications from GACD - the FRESH AIR funder



Fresh Air conference posters


ERS 2017

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor ers milan


IPCRG 2017

  • Click here for an overview of all abstracts 

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor ipcrg ljubljana


Training recources

Research Methods

  • Global Health Trials https://globalhealthtrials.tghn.org/"This web-based facility has been developed by a collaboration between many research organisations (listed below) that work in the field of global health.  It is open access and free. The ethos of this initiative is that those working on trials in resource limited setting can access each other; whatever their role and whatever disease they work on. Researchers can then work together to share guidance, tools and resources in order to improve trials and make them easier to conduct, thereby helping address questions around diseases of poverty. This site also provides guidance material, standard documents and training resources."
  • Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation and Research (PEER) http://www.options.co.uk/peer   "It is an innovative approach to qualitative research. It was developed by Options experts, in collaboration with Swansea University. Members of a community (PEER researchers) are trained to carry out in-depth conversational interviews with friends in their social networks. By working with established relationships of trust between friends, PEER generates rich insights into how people view their world, and how they make decisions on key issues. The PEER process enables programmes to engage communities in discussions, and ensures that the views of marginalised and disadvantaged groups can be heard. PEER is designed to be rapid, easy to replicate, and useful in a wide variety of different settings. Over the last ten years, in countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and in the UK".





Recommended papers and resources

General respiratory medicine

Respiratory disease globally

  • Forum of International Respiratory Societies. The Global Impact of Respiratory Disease – Second Edition. Sheffield, European Respiratory Society, 2017. Available from: https://www.firsnet.org/publications/the-global-impact-of-respiratory-disease
  • North CM, Valeri L, Hunt PW, et al. Cooking fuel and respiratory symptoms among people living with HIV in rural Uganda. ERJ Open Research. 2017;3(2):00094-02016. doi:10.1183/23120541.00094-2016.
  • Townend J, Minelli C, Mortimer K, Obaseki DO, Al Ghobain M, Cherkaski H, et al. The association between chronic airflow obstruction and poverty in 12 sites of the multinational BOLD study. Eur Respir J [Internet]. 2017 Jun 1;49(6). Available from: http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/49/6/1601880.abstract


Early lung development and impact on the development of COPD

Task-shifting and task-sharing

  • Maher D, Cometto G. Research on community-based health workers is needed to achieve the sustainable development goals. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2016;94:786. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.16.185918
  • Joshi R, Alim M, Kengne AP, Jan S, Maulik PK, Peiris D, et al. Task shifting for non-communicable disease management in low and middle income countries - A systematic review. PLoS One. 2014;9(8)
  • Praveen D, Patel A, McMahon S, Prabhakaran D, Clifford GD, Maulik PK, et al. A multifaceted strategy using mobile technology to assist rural primary healthcare doctors and frontline health workers in cardiovascular disease risk management: protocol for the SMARTHealth India cluster randomised controlled trial. Implement Sci [Internet]. 2013;8:137. Available from: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=4222027&tool=pmcentrez&rendertype=abstract

PACK programme:

  • Fairall L, Bateman E, Cornick R, et al. Innovating to improve primary care in less developed countries: towards a global model. BMJ Innov. 2015;1:196-203.
  • Fairall LR, Folb N, Timmerman V, Lombard C, Steyn K, Bachmann MO, Bateman ED, Lund C, Cornick R, Faris G, Gaziano T, Georgeu-Pepper D, Zwarenstein M, Levitt NS. Educational outreach with an integrated clinical tool for nurse-led non-communicable chronic disease management in primary care in South Africa: a pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial. PLOS Med 2016; 13(11):e1002178. doi:10:1371/journal.pmed.1002178
  • Bateman ED. Integrated clinical management tools for respiratory diseases: lessons from PAL in sub-Saharan Africa. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2016 Apr;20(4):429. doi: 10.5588/ijtld.16.0116
  • Petersen I, Fairall L, Egbe CO, Bhana A. Optimizing Lay Counsellor Services for Chronic Care in South Africa: A Qualitative Systematic Review. Patient Education and Counselling. Patient Educ Couns. 2014 May;95(2):201-10
  • Barton GR, Fairall L, Bachmann MO, Uebel K, Timmerman V, Lombard C, Zwarenstein M. Cost-effectiveness of nurse-led versus doctor-led antiretroviral treatment in South Africa: pragmatic cluster randomised trial. 2013;18(6):769-77. doi: 10.1111/tmi.12093. 
  • Fairall LR, Bachmann MO, Lombard C, et al. Task shifting of antiretroviral treatment from doctors to primary-care nurses in South Africa (STRETCH): a pragmatic, parallel, cluster-randomised trial. Lancet. 2012;380:889–98.
  • Georgeu D, Colvin CJ, Lewin S, et al. Implementing nurse-initiated and managed antiretroviral treatment (NIMART) in South Africa: qualitative process evaluation of the STRETCH trial. Implement Sci. 2012; 7:66.
  • Mash B, Fairall LR, Adejayan O, Ikpefan O, Kumari J, Mathee S, Okun R, Yogolelo W. A morbidity survey of South African primary care. Plos Medicine. PLoS One. 2012;7(3):e32358.
  • Zwarenstein M, Fairall LR, Lombard C, et al. Outreach education for integration of HIV/AIDS care, antiretroviral treatment, and tuberculosis care in primary care clinics in South Africa: PALSA PLUS pragmatic cluster randomised trial. BMJ. 2011;342:d2022.
  • Additional PACK references

Implementation Science papers

  • Pinnock H, Sheikh A. Standards for reporting implementation studies ( StaRI ): enhancing reporting to improve care. npj Prim Care Respir Med [Internet]. Springer US; 2017;(May):1–2. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41533-017-0045-7

  • Pinnock H, Barwick M, Carpenter CR, Eldridge S, Grandes G, Griffiths CJ et al. Standards for Reporting Implementation Studies (StaRI) Statement BMJ 2017; 356 :i6795. Available at: http://www.bmj.com/content/356/bmj.i6795
  • Pinnock H, Barwick M, Carpenter CR for the StaRI Group, et al Standards for Reporting Implementation Studies (StaRI): explanation and elaboration document BMJ Open 2017;7:e013318. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013318. Available at: http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/7/4/e013318.citation-tools
  • Moore GF, Audrey S, Barker M, Bond L, Bonell C, Hardeman W, et al. Process evaluation of complex interventions : Medical Research Council guidance. :1–7. Available from: http://www.bmj.com/content/350/bmj.h1258
  • Bauer, MS,  Damschroder L,  Hagedorn H,  Smith J, Kilbourne AM. 2015. An introduction to implementation science for the non-specialist. BMC Psychology 3 (1): 32. doi:10.1186/s40359-015-0089-9.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s40359-015-0089-9.
  • Hawe P. Lessons from Complex Interventions to Improve Health. Annu Rev Public Health [Internet]. Annual Reviews; 2015 Mar 18;36(1):307–23. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1146/annurev-publhealth-031912-114421
  • Hawe P, Shiell A, Riley T. Theorising Interventions as Events in Systems. Am J Community Psychol [Internet]. 2009;43(3):267–76. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10464-009-9229-9
  • Tomoaia-cotisel A, Scammon DL, Waitzman NJ, Cronholm PF, Driscoll DL, Solberg LI, et al. Context Matters : The Experience. Ann Fam Med. 2013;11(Supp 1):115–23.

  • Hales S, Lesher-trevino A, Ford N, Maher D, Tran N. Reporting guidelines for implementation and operational research. Bull World Heal Organ. 2016;94(November 2015):58–64.
  • World Health Organization/TDR. 2014. Implementation research toolkit. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization on behalf of the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical diseases. http://www.who.int/tdr/publications/year/2014/9789241506960_workbook_eng.pdf
  • Glandon D, Paina L, Alonge O, Peters DH, Bennett S. 10 Best resources for community engagement in implementation research. Health Policy Plan [Internet]. 2017;(November):1–9. Available from: http://academic.oup.com/heapol/article/doi/10.1093/heapol/czx123/4582360

Evidence-based medicine resources

Workforce resources