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Why Exhibit?

What is The Respiratory Show?

The Respiratory Show delivers a UK-wide audience of all clinicians in primary care and secondary care; built from GPs, consultants, respiratory nurse specialists, specialist and clinical pharmacists, commissioners and other key members who are responsible for the delivery of respiratory care. The event is supported by the strongest database of NHS clinicians and healthcare professionals working in respiratory care. We will have a cutting-edge agenda shaped by an advisory panel of experts in respiratory care, covering a range of themes: Allergy, Asthma, Bronchiectasis, Cough, Cystic Fibrosis, Lung Disease, Lung Cancer, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Sleep & Ventilation, Pleural / Thoracoscopy, Tuberculosis and Thoracic Surgery.

The Respiratory Show delivers a large audience of key members of the respiratory healthcare community under one roof, alongside commissioners, service managers and those planning and delivering the transformation of respiratory services. The new event has the added advantage of sitting alongside Europe’s largest primary care conference for more than 5,000 delegates, many also involved in the diagnosis, treatment and ongoing management of respiratory conditions.

The launch of The Respiratory Show offers exhibitors the valuable opportunity to be part of a show-stopping, solution-based event and to engage with senior commissioners, providers and those involved with the transformation of respiratory services.

Get in touch to find out more!



Ian Reynolds
Telephone: + 44 (0)2476 719683

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Julie Lloyd, Chair of ARTP 

‘The Association of Respiratory Technology and Physiology (ARTP) are delighted to be able to work with the Respiratory Show and support the education and training of healthcare staff working in the respiratory field. Healthcare scientists provide a vital role in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with lung disease and this relationship will enable our society to share the skills and knowledge of this important workforce with the wider healthcare team.’