|8540||Andy Dickens||Can a rapid prioritisation process be used to identify health research priorities in low and middle income countries (LMICs)?|
|8597||Mariam Maglakelidze||Effectiveness of an adapted pulmonary rehabilitation intervention to improve health-related life quality of symptomatic COPD patients in Georgia: RCT protocol|
|8622||Radmila Ristovska||Effectiveness of different models of smoking cessation advice for improving quit rates in Macedonia: a randomized controlled trial (protocol)|
|8643||Zihan Pan||Identifying undiagnosed COPD amongst the general population in China: a screening test accuracy study (protocol)|
|8601||Sonia Maria Martins||Identifying undiagnosed COPD in patients with systemic arterial hypertension in Brazil: a screening test accuracy study (protocol)|
What are the most cost effective screening strategies for identifying undiagnosed COPD in the general population in China?
Does additional assessment & communication of lung age/feedback on exhaled CO levels among smokers in primary care increase likelihood of quitting smoking compared to giving very brief smoking cessation advice (VBA) alone?
What is the effectiveness of a PR programme adapted to the Georgian context compared to usual care for patients with symptomatic COPD of MRC ≥2?
What are the most cost effective screening strategies for identifying undiagnosed COPD in Brazil, amongst patients (≥40 years) with systemic arterial hypertension?
This research was funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) NIHR global group on global COPD in primary care, University of Birmingham, (project reference: 16/137/95) using UK aid from the UK Government to support global health research. The views expressed in this website are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the UK Department of Health and Social Care.