HSMC Library Snappy Search on COPD A quick overview of the latest guidance and evidence on Public Health issues including; Smoking, Sexual Health, Inequalities, Alcohol, Mental Health, Obesity, Bird Flu, Child Protection, Falls Prevention, MRSA, Substance Abuse, Women’s Health, Commissioning. For new topic suggestions please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Monday 20TH October 2008 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Eastern Region Public Health Observatory: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Improving access to population health data, (COPD) National Service Framework methods and expertise On 28 June 2006, the Secretary of State COPD: Regional and Sub Regional Data announced that a National Service Framework Trend in prevalence of COPD, CHD, Diabetes*, Open (NSF) should be developed for Chronic Hypertension, and Cancer at PCT level (QOF 2004/05 to Access a Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) following 2006/07) Goldmine of recommendations published in the CMO's Annual Report 2004. Compendium - BRONCHITIS AND EMPHYSEMA Information Bronchitis, emphysema & COPD mortality DSRs for East Open Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) of England Local Authorities 1996-2006 HSMC Library & is an umbrella term covering a range of conditions Information Services including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. It is Years of life lost due to mortality from bronchitis, Open a long term condition that leads to damaged emphysema and other COPD (NCHOD 2004-06) Park House, airways, causing them to become narrow, making Compendium - Limiting longstanding illness Open 40 Edgbaston Park Road, it harder for air to get in and out of the lungs. There is no cure for COPD, but it can be managed Health Survey for England. Health & lifestyle indicators for Open Edgbaston, through drug therapy. Strategic Health Authorities 1994-2002. Proportion of Birmingham, B15 2RT adults with limiting longstanding illness Development of the National Service Tel: 0121 414 3672 Framework COPD: National and International Reports and Statistics Fax: 0121 414 7051 Information on the development of the NSFand the work of the External Reference Group (ERG) The Burden of Lung Disease - 2nd edition 2006 Open Email: Invisible Lives: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Open Development of the National Service mailto:hsmc- (COPD) finding the missing millions Framework email@example.com Trends in COPD (Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema) Open Call for examples of good practise in COPD Morbidity and Mortality in USA Web site: www.hsmc.bham.ac.uk/library We would like to hear of any examples that relate to the provision ofservices for people with COPD and their carers. Skype Account: Hsmclibrary Disease Management and Treatment Call for examples of good practise in COPD Meebo us: www.hsmc.bham.ac.uk/library/ COPD: Tools and Analysis info/Location.htm Disease Management Information Toolkit (DMIT) Open Development of the National Service Healthy outlook savings calculator Open Pageflakes: Framework www.pageflakes.com/ Smoking pack years calculator Open hsmclibrary/ 2 June 2008 Long Term Conditions: A Pan London Analysis Of Open Open Hours: “Frequent Users” NSF’s are about producing advice that will lead to working policies which take account of the needs Term Time: COPD prevalence estimates of patients and are realistic about the capability of the NHS and other organisations to deliver Exception Rates for all PCTs in England for CHD, COPD, Open Monday-Wednesday 9am-7pm improvements. Diabetes and the average rate for all three diseases Thursday 9am-5pm Local authority estimates of COPD prevalence and COPD Friday 9am-4pm The development of a NSF for COPD will improve prevalence model the quality of, and access to, COPD services, reducing inequalities and reduce healthcare Local COPD Prevalence Modeller - Web Tool Open Vacation: utilisation costs. The NSF will also support the Model based prevalence of COPD at PCT level (updated Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm system reform and White Paper agendas, and fit Feb 2008) Friday 9am-4pm in with recent legislation on the reduction of smoking and new home oxygen service. Regional/National COPD Prevalence Modeller - Web Tool Open To this end, an External Reference Group (ERG) was established in 2006, bringing together a wide COPD: Policy and Guidelines range of stakeholders together including health professionals, health service managers, service Assisted-discharge service for patients with COPD Open users and carers to advise Minister’s on the development of the COPD NSF. (The list of Pulmonary rehabilitation service for patients with COPD Open members of the ERG is given in the 16th August Press Release at the bottom of the page.) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease - Management of Open COPD in adults in primary and secondary care The ERG’s remit was to systematically review the available evidence on the issues surrounding Evercare evaluation interim report: implications for COPD, and develop national aims for the supporting people with long term conditions prevention, identification and management of COPD and its major complications. The ERG has been working for well over a year to develop its proposals, and during this time has had 8 meetings. The ERG has widely engaged stakeholders, with 4 workshops being held across the country at which two hundred and twenty six BMA: health professionals and twenty six patients/carers attended. They also set up six separate subgroups, consisting of fifty-two members, to Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (part of look at the patient pathway from prevention publication: Quality and outcomes framework through to end of life. (guidance), April 2008) The ERG recommendations are: This section covers the indicators for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease - Website area is: Quality and outcomes based upon robust epidemiological and framework clinical evidence or, where a robust evidence base did not exist, built on the best evidence available, plus a broad consensus on best practice; focused primarily within the NHS, but also make appropriate links to social care, Bandolier: housing, employment and other relevant policy areas; patient focussed. Citizens have inadequate medical knowledge The advice pays particular attention to the need to Fracture and quality of life in olderwomen [June reduce variations in outcomes, including those associated with ethnicity, social deprivation and 2007; 160-4] social exclusion. After much deliberation the ERG has now finalised Allergy, asthma and chest problems its advice and a Programme Board has now been set up to look at how these recommendations are to be developed and incorporated into the published NSF. It is planned to publish the COPD NSF at the end of this year with implementation SPINNING AROUND THE WEB (Google) early in 2009. Recommendations include: NICHS::COPD and Coping With Depression and Anxiety Work to establish the value of a lung CiteULike: Group: HEIRS MCS Research - with health check together with a strategy to tag copd [1 article] opportunistically identify undiagnosed or mis-diagnosed cases IngentaConnect Editorial [Hot Topic: Chronic Improving diagnostic accuracy, including Obstructive Pulmonary ... linking with the detection of lung cancer in patients with moderate/severe COPD Talk of the demise of Almirall’s COPD drug may The development of a chronic care model be premature ... that leads to more pro-active Copd - New Rider Message Board management of COPD – with systematic reviews depending on the severity of the ERPHO : View Resource : Data : Alternative condition COPD modelled ... The establishment of managed clinical networks to effect co-ordinated change Respiratory Medicine: COPD Update - Elsevier and consistent high quality care within the different areas of the NHS and social care Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease - COPD delivering care to the individual patient Optimising care during inpatient episodes Order Prednisone online. No prescription needed. to improve clinical outcomes and Prednisone for copd decrease recurrent hospitalisation Using innovative technology to deliver and monitor care BBC – Health Improved support for patients and carers Milder and drier winter predicted Download charts giving the NSF Inhalers may up heart death risk methodology and the NSF timescale at a glance (PDF, 100K) Broccoli 'may help protect lungs' COPD NSF Programme Board Press release 16 August 2006: Panel Beijing pollution: Facts and figures appointed to help improve lung disease services (opens new window) Harnessing nature's health warnings Weather alerts boost lung health Useful websites: BEN PCT - COPD Interface Service British Lung Foundation British Thoracic Society Browse COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) resources Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease - Cochrane Library Resources Comparing antibiotics for acute ERPHO : COPD exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease General Practice Airways Group Felix SF Ram, Neil C Barnes, Alicia Granados-Navarrete, Judith Garcia- Go smoke free Aymerich, Piersante Sestini, Andrea S Melani, Robert Rodriguez-Roisin National Institute for Health and Clinical Year: 2008 Excellence (NICE) Record NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement - Different durations of corticosteroid therapy Met Office COPD Project for exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease NLH - Respiratory - The BTS COPD Consortium WY Chou, A Soltani, M Sung, JAE Walters, publications R Wood-Baker Year: 2008 Putting policy into practice: the example of COPD Record Smoking Ban Wales Inhaled corticosteroids versus long acting beta-agonists for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease The British Thoracic Society S Spencer, D Evans Year: 2008 The International Primary Care Respiratory Group Record (IPCRG) Long-acting beta2-agonists for chronic The Management of COPD in Primary and obstructive pulmonary disease: serious Secondary Care - SWIRL adverse events Jan Brozek, Elie A Akl, Roman Jaeschke, Irene Terrenato, Vincenzo Cilenti, Mario Articles: Cazzola , Leonardo Fabbri, Paul O'Byrne, Gordon H Guyatt, Holger Schünemann Year: 2008 Result <1> Record Author Robinson, Francesca Title Maximising quality of life in COPD Non-pharmacological interventions for Original Source breathlessness in advanced stages of malignant p 12-13 and non-malignant diseases Claudia Bausewein, Sara Booth, Marjolein Gysels, Result <2> Irene J Higginson Author Year: 2008 Bush, Andrew Record Title COPD: A Pediatric Disease A meta-analysis of nocturnal noninvasive positive Original Source pressure ventilation in patients with stable COPD COPD: Journal of Chronic Obstructive (Brief record) Pulmonary Disease, vol 5, no 1, Feb 2008 Original Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Description Original Author(s): P J Wijkstra, Y Lacasse, G H p 53-67 Guyatt, C Casanova, P C Gay, J M Jones, R S Goldstein Result <3> Year: 2008 Author Record Jordan, Rachel E. Hawker, Jeremy I. Ayres, Jon G. Adab, Peymane. Tunnicliffe, William Title Effect of social factors on winter hospital Nutritional intervention in COPD: a systematic admission for respiratory disease: a case-control overview (Brief record) study of older people in the UK Original Source Centre for Reviews and Dissemination British Journal of General Practice, vol 58, no Original Author(s): I M Ferreira, D Brooks, Y 551, Jun 2008 Original Description Lacasse, R S Goldstein p 400-402 Year: 2008 Record Result <4> Author Ek, Kristina. Ternestedt, Britt Marie Nutritional support for individuals with COPD: a Title meta-analysis (Brief record) Living with chronic obstructive pulmonary Centre for Reviews and Dissemination disease at the end of life: a phenomenological Original Author(s): I M Ferreira, D Brooks, Y study Original Source Lacasse, R S Goldstein Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol 62, no 4, May Year: 2008 2008 Original Description Record 2008 Respiratory rehabilitation after acute exacerbation Result <5> of COPD may reduce risk for readmission and Author mortality: a systematic review (Brief record) Kunik, M E. Veazey, C. Cully, J A. Souchek, J. Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Graham, D P Title Original Author(s): M A Puhan, M Scharplatz, T COPD education and cognitive behavioural Troosters, J Steurer therapy group treatment for clinically significant Year: 2008 symptoms of depression and anxiety in COPD Record patients: a randomized controlled trial Original Source A systematic review of randomized controlled Psychological Medicine, vol 38, no 3, 2008 trials examining the short-term benefit of Original Description ambulatory oxygen in COPD (Brief record) p 385-396 Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Original Author(s): J M Bradley, T Lasserson, S Result <6> Elborn, J MacMahon, B O'Neill Author Year: 2008 Hemminki, K. Li, X. Sundquist, K. Sundquist, J Record Title Familial risks for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease among siblings based on hospitalisations Value of supplemental interventions to enhance in Sweden Original Source the effectiveness of physical exercise during Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, respiratory rehabilitation in COPD patients: a vol 62, no 5, May 2008 Original Description systematic review (Structured abstract) p 398-401 Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Original Author(s): M A Puhan, H J Schunemann, Result <7> M Frey, L M Bachmann Author Year: 2008 Ito, Shin. Akutsu, Koichi. Tamori, Yuiichi. Record Sakamoto, Shingo. Yoshimuta, Tsuyoshi Title Differences in atherosclerotic profiles between Use of spirometry for case finding, diagnosis, and patients with thoracic and abdominal aortic management of chronic obstructive pulmonary aneurysms Original Source disease (COPD) (Structured abstract) American Journal of Cardiology, vol 101, no 5, Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Mar 1 2008 Original Description Original Author(s): T J Wilt, D Niewoehner, C B p 596-601 Kim, R L Kane, A Linabery, J Tacklind, R MacDonald, I Rutks Result <8> Year: 2008 Author Record Coker, Robina Title Economic Evaluations: Flying with lung disease Original Source The cost of moderate and severe COPD Independent Nurse, Mar 3 2008 exacerbations to the Canadian healthcare system Original Description (Provisional record) p 21 Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Original Author(s): N Mittmann, L Kuramoto, S J Result <9> Seung, J M Haddon, C Bradley-Kennedy, J M Author FitzGerald Scullion, J Year: 2008 Title Record Patient-focused outcomes in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Original Source Cost-effectiveness and healthcare budget impact Nursing Standard, vol 22, no 21, Jan 30 2008 in Italy of inhaled corticosteroids and Original Description brochodilators for severe and very severe COPD p 50-56 patients (Structured abstract) Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Result <10> Original Author(s): R Dal Negro, M Eandi, L Author Pradelli, S Iannazzo Humphreys, Clare. Flowers, Julian Year: 2008 Title Record Data briefing: improving the detection of COPD. Original Source Health Service Journal 2008; 118 (7002): 21 (17 Healthcare costs of COPD in Italian referral April 2008) Original Publisher centres: a prospective study (Provisional record) 2008 Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Original Author(s): D Koleva, N Motterlini, P Banfi, Result <11> L Garattini Author Year: 2008 Horton, Khim Record Title The use of telecare for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: implications for Pharmacoeconomics in COPD: lessons for the management. future (Brief record) Original Source Centre for Reviews and Dissemination Journal of Nursing Management 2008; 16 (2): Original Author(s): H J Starkie, A H Briggs, M G 173-180 (March 2008) Original Publisher Chambers 2008 Year: 2008 Record Result <12> Author Scullion, Jane For clinical trials please click here Title Patient-focused outcomes in chronic obstructive Kings Fund pulmonary disease. Original Source Met Office weather alert scheme reduces COPD Nursing Standard 2008; 22 (21): 50-56 (30 hospital admissions January 2008) Original Publisher 2008 Mobile phone-based exercise programmes help COPD sufferers Produced by the Health Services Management Centre Library & Information Services for registered library users only, and not for re-distribution Whilst we make every effort to check the contents of this Digest when it is first produced, HSMC Library cannot guarantee its correctness, completeness or that the links will work, as we have no control over the availability of the linked sites. All links from this Digest are provided for information only and are supplied to you under the UK copyright concept of “fair dealing”. The HSMC Library does not accept responsibility for the reliability of external websites and, links should not be taken as an endorsement of the contents, views and information held on these sites.