To raise awareness of the importance of respiratory health and to promote effective policy for improving treatments and outcomes for respiratory illnesses.
Research and analysis
Respiratory infections: laboratory reports 2019
Respiratory virus circulation: England and Wales
3. Interactive Health Atlas of Lung conditions in England (INHALE): 2019 update
03/12/2019 - Public Health England (PHE)
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Interactive Health Atlas of Lung conditions in England (INHALE): 2019
4. Referring influenza samples to PHE respiratory virus unit
15/10/2019 - Public Health England (PHE)
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Referring influenza samples to PHE respiratory virus unit - GOV.UK
Research and analysis
Respiratory infections: laboratory reports 2021
03/07/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: shocking report from the BMA describing the UK health system as complacent about the risks of asthma - Speech Link
2: remarks that we have put treating asthma and respiratory diseases as a key priority within the NHS Long - Speech Link
3: the early diagnosis centres, including for lung-health checks, across the country, will they be looking - Speech Link
2. Lung Health
01/07/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: for Lung Health and the British Lung Foundation to develop a national programme for respiratory and cardiovascular - Speech Link
2: right that respiratory illness can be extremely serious. The UK has a higher rate of respiratory deaths than - Speech Link
3: people. Will the Government look at the funding of health visitors, who can speak to mothers about smoking - Speech Link
3. Covid-19: NHS Long-term Plan
15/09/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: echo his tribute to the magnificent efforts of health service staff. I remind the House of my membership - Speech Link
2: into the new national institute for health protection, can the Minister tell us what steps Her Majesty’s - Speech Link
3: My Lords, the right reverend Prelate is right; health inequalities are a massive priority for the Government - Speech Link
4. Health and Social Care
21/07/2021 - Ministerial Corrections
1: House that this is probably the most infectious respiratory virus known to humankind, with aerosol transmission - Speech Link
2: this is probably one of the most infectious respiratory viruses known to humankind, with aerosol transmission - Speech Link
3: country at scale. This is the most infectious respiratory disease that is aerosol-transmitted.[Official - Speech Link
09/03/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: more inquiries than voice calls. To date, Public Health England has tested nearly 25,000 people and the - Speech Link
2: delay is essential to sustaining the ability of the health delivery system to deal with this problem.What - Speech Link
3: the amount of facilities for people who need respiratory aid? What additional intensive care units could - Speech Link
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