Academics, Clinical Pharmacists, Clinical Pharmacologists, Clinicians, Dietitians, Epidemiologists, Family Practice Physicians, General Practitioners, Health Scientists, Health service researchers, Internists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants, Nurses, Pediatricians, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Policy Makers, Primary Care Physicians, Public Health Professionals, Pulmonologists, Researchers, Residents
npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine is an open access, online-only, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to publishing high-quality research in all areas of the primary care management of respiratory and respiratory-related allergic diseases. Papers published by the journal represent important advances of significance to specialists within the fields of primary care and respiratory medicine. We are particularly interested in receiving papers in relation to the following aspects of respiratory medicine, respiratory-related allergic diseases and tobacco control: epidemiology, prevention, clinical care, service delivery and organisation of healthcare (including implementation science), global health. The journal is an indexed, international, academic publication relevant to anyone with an interest in the primary care management of respiratory and respiratory-related allergic diseases.
The journal is relevant to an international and multidisciplinary audience, including primary, secondary and tertiary care respiratory specialists, respiratory physiotherapists, dieticians and nurses. Contributions come from clinicians and academics working within any sector that affects the primary care management of respiratory and respiratory-related allergic diseases in primary and community care settings. A non-exhaustive overview of the audiences relevant to the journal is:
Ambulatory care, Community care, Community medicine, Epidemiology, Family medicine, First port of call, General paediatrics, General practice, Global health, Health policy, Health services research, Implementation research, Integrated care pathways, Internal medicine, Office-based internal medicine, Medicine, Pharmaceutical industry, Pharmacy, Primary care, Public health, Respiratory epidemiology, Respiratory infections, Smoking cessation, Social sciences.
International Primary Care Respiratory Group (IPCRG), Primary Care Respiratory Society UK (PCRS-UK)