What if you could live a better life
How RESPIPLUS changes lives
- We have developed successful patient education programs in COPD, Asthma, Pulmonary Fibrosis, and Smoking Cessation.
- Our programs are evidence-based and have been demonstrated to improve people’s lives in multiple clinical trials (better quality of life, reduced hospital admissions and emergency room visits).
” We believe that it is possible for anyone with a chronic lung disease to live a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle “
We collaborate with multiple organizations in the field of respiratory health
We’re making a difference using the best learning strategies
Respiplus in numbers
members around the world
Health Care Professionals
Patient and healthcare professional educational tools
Pages Views across our multiple educational platforms
Our Sponsors and Partners
Our successful programs have been proudly endorsed and supported by many Universities, non-profit organizations, charities and world leading pharmaceutical companies.
” Our programs help patients learn skills to adopt healthy new lifestyle behaviours. They can choose their own priorities and objectives, and can go through the content at their own pace “
Our Educational Series
We are passionate about supporting those with chronic lung disease and their journeys towards a healthy lifestyle.
The evolution of Respiplus
Respiplus is a non-profit organization that since 2013 has developed world-renowned Training programs. These include interactive learning materials which can be accessed through the web and various technological platforms. As well, telehealth solutions, training prog rams, and quality control for behavior change interventions.
Dr. Jean Bourbeau, Pulmonologist, is a world-renowned leader in self-management in the field of respiratory medicine. With over 300 peer-reviewed publications and +20K citations, his works have dramatically improved the care for people suffering from chronic lung diseases. His work and research on COPD, pulmonary rehabilitation, integrated self-management programs for patients with COPD (‘Living Well with COPD’) have had an impact not only in the field of research, but also in clinical practice at the national and international level.