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Julie Cannon profiled in Royal Brompton Hospital magazine 'In Touch'

1 April, 2015

Julie Cannon, Clinical Nurse Specialist, is profiled in Royal Brompton Hospital's "In Touch" leaflet; Spring 2015 issue.  Julie talks about how she chose nursing as a career, her 25 years' work in...

Health and Wellbeing at Work, 3-4 March 2015 - NEC, Birmingham

4 March, 2015

Jo Szram speaks on 'Occupational Lung Disease Update: Workplace Surveillance and Case Management', Wednesday 4 March 2015, 9.45-10.15am.  Part of 'Worker Health Protection and the Environment'...

Respiratory medicine update - 27 January 2015

27 January, 2015

Designed to bring busy clinicians up-to-date in respiratory medicine in just one day, this conference will cover topics the medical team would most likely see on call in 2015, presented by experts...

Medical comment on the Bhopal tragedy

1 December, 2014

Medical comment on the Bhopal tragedy: Paul Cullinan summarises, from a medical perspective, what is known about the effects of the methyl isocyanate gas cloud on the local population.  In 1994,...

Occupational and Environmental Lung Disease 2014

7 November, 2014

This BTS one day short course on Occupational & Environmental Lung Disease is organised by Dr Chris Barber, Centre for Workplace Health, Sheffield and Professor Paul Cullinan, National Heart...

Podcast: Pneumococcal vaccination for welders

1 October, 2014

Thorax deputy editor Paul Cullinan talks to David Coggon, MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, University of Southampton, about pneumococcal vaccination for welders.  Read the full article at: http...

Allergies: A rash of Euroenthusiasm

5 September, 2014

The European Union's Common Agricultural Policy gets a lot of flak. Critics lambast it for illogical subsidies, onerous regulations and vast expense. It might even cause allergies.

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Paul Cullinan on isocyanate sensitisation

19 February, 2014

In response to a query from an occupational health-related question, Paul explained that there was no evidence of skin sensitisation causing respiratory allergy. 

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Lane Lecture 2013 - Paul Cullinan Occupational Asthma: Too much of a bad thing

1 November, 2013

“Bakers’ asthma in the UK is increasing, and it isn’t surprising given what we were told during this lecture. But the problem could be reduced significantly if well known measures are applied to...

Herrings: good to eat, not to inhale

1 August, 2013

Proteins in the air, like those from fish and flour, are more likely to cause problems because they are allergenic, says Dr Joanna Szram, a Consultant in occupational lung disease at the Royal...