RECOVER Meeting - Dublin 2023

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RECOVER Meeting - Dublin 2023

RCSI and the RECOVER Research Team are delighted to announce that registration for our first in-person meeting is now open.

By Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

When and where

Date and time

Mon, 5 Jun 2023 12:15 - 16:00 IST


Albert Lecture Theatre 123 Saint Stephen's Green D02 YN77 Dublin 2 Ireland

About this event

  • 3 hours 45 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

RECOVER is a multi-center study which takes place in seven paediatric and adult sites across Ireland and the UK. RECOVER examines in detail the impact of the new triple combination CFTR modulator compound, Kaftrio, on the lives and health of people with CF.

RECOVER is an important study for the CF community as it gathers together a wide array of both routine health data and less commonly used endpoints such as lung clearance index (LCI), Chest CT imaging, abdominal symptoms and inflammation, as well as medication adherence which promises to give unique insights into the real-world effect of triple combination therapy on people with CF.

We are inviting members of the CF community and our colleagues to this conference where we will share the results from the RECOVER study to date and what these results mean for people with CF. After the talks, there will be a Questions and Answers session where you will have the opportunity to discuss any queries or questions with the Research Team.

We want to take this opportunity to say a massive thanks to all our participants and collaborators who have taken part in the RECOVER study. We are looking forward to welcoming you to RCSI on Monday 5th June at 12:15pm and sharing the results of the study with you.

Capacity is limited so please let us know if you register and subsequently cannot attend by emailing

This event will be run in line with CF Ireland's safety policies. Please note  masks are not mandatory on the day.

Attendance counts as 4.0 CPD credits. You will be issued with a certificate of attendance.

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