Updates from the Taskforce
People's expectations of what asthma is shouldn't be narrow
Aaron, 49, has asthma and severe allergies. He describes some of the gaps he has seen in his asthma care, and what he wishes other people were taught about the condition.
How Right to Rehab is acting as a movement for change
Robin Hinks, Research and Policy Officer from the CSP, explains why it is time to take action to ensure that everyone gets access to the rehabilitation they need.
2019 was a year of progress
Professor Mike Morgan was the National Clinical Director for Respiratory in England until October 2019 and is a firm supporter of the Taskforce for Lung Health and its work.
After pulmonary rehabilitation I felt so much better
Norman has idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). He shares how pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) has improved his quality of life.
How social attitudes towards COPD affected my family
Lucy Dowle, wife and carer of the late Jay Dowle, shares her story on how social attitudes around Jay’s chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) affected her family.
Why 2020 is a year of opportunity for lung health
Professor Andrew Menzies-Gow, NHS England's national clinical director for respiratory, explains why there's cause for optimism for people with lung disease.
More has changed in a year than we have ever seen before
Alison Cook, chair of the Taskforce for Lung Health, explains the progress made in the last year.
I just felt like there was no one there for me
Sarah, who lives in Berkshire, first noticed that she was getting out of breath more than usual in April 2015.