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Editorial board members
Editorial board members help to develop the content, topics and articles on Let’s Talk Knowledge.
Dr Steve Holmes is a GP partner in Shepton Mallet, Somerset and a GP trainer. He is a previous chair of the Primary Care Respiratory Society and is currently its education lead.
Dr Richard Russell is a Consultant Respiratory Physician at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, Clinical Director of the West Hampshire Integrated Respiratory Service, and is a Senior Researcher at the University of Oxford.
Jane Scullion is a Respiratory Nurse Consultant at the University Hospitals of Leicester and a member of the East Midlands Clinical Senate, Director of Education for UUKIG and member of ADMIT.
Professor Dominick Shaw is Honorary Consultant at Nottingham University, and Severe Asthma Lead at the National Institute for Health Research, Nottingham Respiratory Biomedical Research Centre.
Content for Let’s Talk Knowledge is regularly updated to bring you the latest in respiratory care. Editorial board members identify educational needs and suggest hot topics across all areas. They recommend experts in the field to provide interesting, informative content.
All articles are put through a rigorous quality control process by the Let’s Talk Respiratory editorial team at Haymarket Media Group before being reviewed by the editorial board ahead of final checks and publication on the site.
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UK/RESP/17/0028cf Date of preparation: December 2019