National Asthma and COPD Audit Programme – RDMA 2022 case study

Case Studies | Published: 29 May 2024

The Richard Driscoll Memorial Award (RDMA) 2022 asked HQIP commissioned programmes to describe how patients and carers influence the production of the patient-focused outputs of the programme.

This RDMA entry highlights how the National Asthma and COPD Audit Programme work collaboratively with Asthma and Lung UK, and children and young people, to develop age specific resources.

The 2022 Richard Driscoll Memorial Award took place at HQIP’s Annual General Meeting on November 17th in honour of HQIP’s former Chair of Trustees, a passionate life-long ambassador for patient care, who sadly passed away in 2017. The award recognizes HQIP commissioned clinical audits and reviews on the basis of their robust and sustained patient involvement.

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National Asthma and COPD Audit Programme – RDMA 2022 case study