The Future of Asthma Research and Development: A Roadmap From the European Asthma Research and Innovation Partnership (EARIP)

Sarah Masefield, Jessica Edwards, Kjeld S. Hansen, Dominique Hamerlijnck, Karin Lisspers, Marc van der Schee, Liliana Silva, John Matthews, Mina Gaga, Ian Adcock, Stephen Holgate, Samantha Walker, Pippa Powell

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Abstract

A unified approach to innovation is needed to address the challenge of asthma in Europe. It is the opinion of the EARIP consortium and associated members (comprising most asthma networks, societies and professional groups) that if all of these research priority areas were funded and the 15 research questions addressed, asthma outcomes would be transformed and avoidable use of healthcare systems eradicated, resulting in significant financial savings.
The realisation of this vision through coordinated efforts at a European level is the only way to achieve the change needed to reduce asthma deaths and hospitalisations and improve productivity and quality of life for people with asthma. Integral to this is maintaining and growing the networks established through EARIP professional societies, patient organisations and EU-funded programmes.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1602295
JournalThe European Respiratory Journal
Volume49
Issue number5
Number of pages5
ISSN0903-1936
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Masefield, Sarah ; Edwards, Jessica ; Hansen, Kjeld S. ; Hamerlijnck, Dominique ; Lisspers, Karin ; van der Schee, Marc ; Silva, Liliana ; Matthews, John ; Gaga, Mina ; Adcock, Ian ; Holgate, Stephen ; Walker, Samantha ; Powell, Pippa. / The Future of Asthma Research and Development : A Roadmap From the European Asthma Research and Innovation Partnership (EARIP). In: The European Respiratory Journal . 2017 ; Vol. 49, No. 5.
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The Future of Asthma Research and Development : A Roadmap From the European Asthma Research and Innovation Partnership (EARIP). / Masefield, Sarah; Edwards, Jessica; Hansen, Kjeld S.; Hamerlijnck, Dominique; Lisspers, Karin; van der Schee, Marc; Silva, Liliana; Matthews, John; Gaga, Mina; Adcock, Ian; Holgate, Stephen; Walker, Samantha; Powell, Pippa.

In: The European Respiratory Journal , Vol. 49, No. 5, 1602295, 2017.

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