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Introducing the Respiratory Resource Hub

The Respiratory Resource Hub includes information about respiratory conditions, symptoms and how to manage them, and about looking after your own wellbeing.  It also includes information about the care you can expect to receive from the NHS, and about support services available - both from the NHS and from third sector organisations.

Each section of the resource hub pulls together relevant links from trusted sources, mostly third sector organisations (such as health charities) and the NHS, so that it is easy for you to find the information you want.

When living with a respiratory condition it can help if you learn to manage your own health, as you know best how your condition affects your life.  This is often known as self-management.  This resource hub will link you to lots of information to help you to do this.

We hope you will find the Respiratory Resource Hub useful.

Creating a Respiratory Resource Hub "app" on your mobile phone

To add a permanent link to the Respiratory Resource Hub among the apps on your phone follow these steps.

iPhone

  • Using Safari open the Respiratory Resource Hub on your mobile phone
  • Tap on the "share" icon - which you'll find either at the top or bottom of the screen (it looks like a square with a arrow pointing up out of it)
  • Scroll down and tap on "Add to Home Screen" and then Add
  • An icon will be added to your home screen - tap on it any time to go directly into the Respiratory Resource Hub

Android

  • Using Chrome open the Respiratory Resource Hub on your mobile phone
  • Tap on the three dots at the top right hand corner of the screen
  • Tap on "Add to Home Screen" and then Add
  • An icon will be added to your home screen - tap on it any time to go directly into the Respiratory Resource Hub

 

 

 

 

 

Please go to our brief feedback survey to tell us what you think about the Respiratory Resource Hub.  We would particularly like to know if you think any information is missing, or there are other topics you would like the resource hub to cover.