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Primary Care Respiratory Group

Primary Care Respiratory Group (PCRG-US) , the US affiliate of the International Primary Care Respiratory Group (IPCGR), a not-for-profit organization representing fifteen different countries, is a national educational initiative providing comprehensive respiratory disease education. PCRG's mission is to provide education for primary care clinicians involved in respiratory disease management and raise standards of patient care through the dissemination of best practices, education programs, and communication among its members. PCRG-US has over 3000 members.

Therapeutic areas covered by PCRG include:

  • Asthma
  • COPD
  • Infectious Respiratory Disease
  • Tuberculosis
  • Pleural and bronchial disorders

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COPD Foundation

The COPD Foundation is a patient-centered organization committed to preventing COPD, bronchiectasis, and nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) lung disease, and to seeking cures while improving lives and advocating for all affected. By providing educational content to patients, caregivers, and health care professionals, they strive to improve quality of life, communication, and self-management of these conditions. The COPD Foundation delivers education through myriad media, including written materials, videos, and discussions on COPD360social, their online support platform of more than 52,000 members.

Educational materials can be downloaded from their website, purchased in their online catalog, or viewed in the free COPD Pocket Consultant Guide (PCG) app. Topics include medications, exercise, oxygen, pulmonary rehabilitation, and nebulizer and inhaler use. Learn more at