Resources

Information for patients

Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation

A registered Canadian Charitable Foundation established to provide hope and support for people affected by pulmonary fibrosis, to raise money to find causes and treatments for PF, provide education and support for people affected by pulmonary fibrosis, and to help answer those non-medical questions frequently asked by those suffering with the disease.

http://www.canadianpulmonaryfibrosis.ca/

Québec Lung Association

A non-profit organization committed in promoting respiratory health and fighting lung disease through research, education and services.

http://www.pq.lung.ca

Alberta & NWT Canadian Lung Association

http://www.ab.lung.ca

British Columbia Canadian Lung Association

http://www.bc.lung.ca

Manitoba Canadian Lung Association

http://www.mb.lung.ca

New Brunswick Canadian Lung Association

http://nb.lung.ca

Newfoundland & Labrador Canadian Lung Association

http://www.nf.lung.ca

Nova Scotia Canadian Lung Association

http://www.ns.lung.ca

Ontario Canadian Lung Association

http://www.on.lung.ca

Prince Edward Island Canadian Lung Association

http://www.pei.lung.ca

Saskatchewan Canadian Lung Association

http://sk.lung.ca

Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation

Supports research to find a way to cure and control pulmonary fibrosis. In addition it supports treatment centers to help those afflicted. USA based.

http://www.pulmonaryfibrosis.org

Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis

Nonprofit partnership organization advocating on behalf of pulmonary fibrosis patients in the USA.

http://www.coalitionforpf.org

Information for health professionals

Réseau Québecois d'éducation en Santé Respiratoire (RQESR)

The RQESR brings together healthcare professionals from Quebec who work with patients with chronic respiratory disease. It provides training, coaching and tools to stakeholders and managers committed to improving patient care.

http://www.rqesr.ca

Canadian Network for Respiratory Care

CNRC, through its Certified Asthma and Respiratory Educators (CAEs and CREs) and member organizations, works to improve the quality of life for Canadians and their families living with respiratory disease by developing, promoting and advocating the highest standards of quality respiratory healthcare and innovative education.

http://cnrchome.net/

Canadian Lung Association (CLA)

The Canadian Lung Association is the leading organization in Canada working to save lives, prevent and improve lung health through research, advocacy, education and support.

http://www.lung.ca

Canadian Thoracic Society

The Canadian Thoracic Society (CTS) is Canada’s national respiratory specialty society that brings together over 700 respirologists, researchers and other physicians working in respiratory health.

http://cts.lung.ca

iMD Health

iMD is a vast library of visual medical content that HCPs can use to visually educate patients quickly and easily.

http://www.imdhealth.com/en/