The Limbic Respiratory Steering Committee (External organisation)

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the limbic is an editorially independent publication for healthcare professionals. It delivers the latest news and expert insight relevant to your specialty in an easy to read online format.

Our news covers research from peer-reviewed journals as well as medical conferences at home and overseas. We also write in-depth features on clinical and medico-political issues that are relevant to your practice and offer insight and perspective pieces from thought leaders across the globe.

To inform, encourage debate and help educate healthcare professionals working in specialist medicine

We believe that evidence-based medicine together with clinical expertise leads to better healthcare and optimal outcomes for patients. Through our coverage we aim to support medical specialists by providing local context to the latest information on all aspects of their practice – from the clinical to the political…and the stories behind the people.

We aim to embrace a diversity of perspectives. No single news piece tells the whole story, no two opposing arguments balance all sides – conversations and debates worth having evolve and we are committed to following stories that matter to specialists. We know we can never rely on one voice or view to inform a story – important ideas, experiences and arguments can come from a variety of sources and we are committed to looking for them.

Our independent news and editorial

Our news and editorial content aims to meet the highest journalistic and editorial standards, focusing on accuracy, independence, fairness, transparency, and objectivity. Our news is written by experienced medical journalists with a background in science and is developed independently of any advertising and sponsored content and education, all of which is clearly labeled on our website [please refer to our advertising and sponsored content policy below].

We believe it is important to identify and report the financial conflicts of interest (COIs) of experts who are the authors of original research we are reporting on, and those who provide us with expert comment. We commit to doing this, while acknowledging that COIs are complex and sometimes not immediately apparent.
PeriodSept 2022 → …
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