More useful resources
This page is specifically for patients who have been prescribed Relvar Ellipta. If you are not a patient please return to the public website.
How to prepare for your next appointment with your doctor or nurse
Using the PATH to good communication could help you get the most from your next appointment with your doctor or nurse.
- Prepare. Decide what you want to talk about before your appointment. What is important to you? You may want to write down any questions or concerns.
- Ask. Do not forget to bring your concerns or questions with you. Don’t be afraid to ask your doctor or nurse for clarification on things they’ve already told you.
- Take Notes. During your appointment, it may be worthwhile writing down some of the answers, as it can be useful to refer back to.
- Honesty. Your doctor or nurses are there to help and support you. Sharing your questions and concerns may help your treatment and condition.
Download the MyAsthma app
MyAsthma is a programme that provides services, information and support that can help those with asthma to take control of their condition including:
- Updated information on weather, temperature, pollen and pollution for your local area
- Handy personalised reminders and tips sent directly to your mobile device
- The Asthma Control Test™ and regular email reports to help you monitor your asthma control
- Tailored information about how to identify and manage your asthma triggers
Find support groups
Asthma UK is a leading British charity that can provide asthma sufferers with award-winning advice and information for coping with the condition, as well as an online forum.
QUIT is a UK charity that helps smokers to stop, with a range of services including helplines and community programs.
The British Lung Foundation offers hope and support to people with lung conditions through the BLF Helpline, Breathe Easy face-to-face support groups , a pen pals scheme and a web community.
Self-monitoring your condition
The Asthma Control Test™ or ACT is a simple self-evaluation tool for asthma sufferers over the age of 12 to help you determine the level of control you have over your asthma.
The COPD Assessment Test or CAT is a self-evaluation questionnaire for people with COPD and is designed to measure the impact of COPD on a person’s life, and how this changes over time with repeated tests.