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The IPCRG identified 145 primary care respirsatory research needs in five domains: asthma, allergic rhinitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, tobacco dependence, respiratory infections. We have subsequently prioritised these using an international e-Delphi exercise.


Introduction to the IPCRG's Research Strategy

Original 2010 paper

Prioritised Questions


E-Delphi Abstract 

PCRM online version

npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine

Online-only and open access, npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine is the only fully-indexed scientific journal devoted to the management of respiratory diseases in primary care.

npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine home page   

Article Processing Charges (Effective from March 2017: APCs for orgininal £1,840, and £750 for other types.   Waivers for HINARI countries, and discounted rates for IPCRG members - contact for more information)


Guide for authors

Archive of Primary Care Respiratory Journal  

Getting published in the journal - tips

Getting published in the journal - slides

 Common research methods in primary care and key components of successful grant applications

Translations of key articles: Chinese

Translations of key articles: Spanish

Translations of key articles: Brazilian Portuguese/Portuguese

Translations of key articles: French

Translations of key articles: Greek

Translations of key articles: Italian




An international collaboration to develop and share analysis of databases to get the best real-life evidence for COPD and asthma management in primary care


About the IPCRG UNLOCK Group


 IPCRG Group password protected area

Unbiased BIOmarkers in PREDiction of respiratory disease outcomes is a 5-year European Commission funded research project to develop a genetic handprint for severe asthma to improve the personalisation of treatment. IPCRG is a dissemination partner 



European Lung Foundation hosted website

IPCRG's Teach the Teacher programme




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