Selected CBIS and BTF model publications

Spathis A, Burkin J, Moffat C, Tuffnell R, Barclay S, Mant J, Booth S. Cutting through complexity: the Breathing, Thinking, Functioning clinical model is an educational tool that facilitates chronic breathlessness management npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine 2021;31:25 ;[AS1] 

Johnston K, Young M, Kay D, Booth S, Spathis A, Williams M. Attitude change and increased confidence with management of chronic breathlessness following a health professional training workshop: a survey evaluation. BMC Med Educ. 2020;20:90

Spathis A, Booth S, Moffat C, Hurst R, Ryan R, Chin C, et al. The Breathing, Thinking, Functioning clinical model: a proposal to facilitate evidence-based breathlessness management in chronic respiratory disease. npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine. 2017;27(1):27.

Farquhar MC, Prevost AT, McCrone P, Brafman-Price B, Bentley A, Higginson IJ, et al. The clinical and cost effectiveness of a Breathlessness Intervention Service for patients with advanced non-malignant disease and their informal carers: mixed findings of a mixed method randomised controlled trial. Trials. 2016;17:185-.

Farquhar M, Prevost A, McCrone P, Brafman-Price B, Bentley A, Higginson I, et al. Is a specialist breathlessness service more effective and cost-effective for patients with advanced cancer and their carers than standard care? Findings of a mixed-method randomised controlled trial. BMC Med. 2014;12:194.

Booth S, Burkin J, Moffat C and Spathis A. Managing breathlessness in clinical practice. Springer, 2014.

Booth S, Moffat C, Farquhar M, Higginson IJ and Burkin J. Developing a breathlessness intervention service for patients with palliative and supportive care needs, irrespective of diagnosis. J Palliat Care. 2011; 27: 28-36.

Farquhar MC, Prevost AT, McCrone P, et al. Study protocol: Phase III single-blinded fast-track pragmatic randomised controlled trial of a complex intervention for breathlessness in advanced disease. Trials 2011;130

Booth S, Farquhar M, Gysels M, Bausewein C, Higginson I. The impact of a breathlessness intervention service (BIS) on the lives of patients with intractable dyspnoea: a qualitative Phase 1 study. Journal of Palliative and Supportive Care. 2006;4:287-93.