Support for people with COPD should be targeted so that individuals develop the skills they need to manage their condition, says Carol Liddle

When I read research papers on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and its progression, I find it funny how every study assumes that we’ve had a continuous relationship with our primary and specialist teams. Or that we’ve all received the same level of input from healthcare professionals and the same pattern of interventions. Reading this new research paper in The BMJ, I had similar thoughts again.

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