In the nearly 9 years (!) that I've been at the British Lung Foundation, the vast majority of people who have been to pulmonary rehabilitation have raved about it.
But... not everyone gets to go. Not everyone feels as though their condition is properly understood. And there are other issues that can crop up too.
So while most services seem to be doing a great job, there's still work to be done.
The Royal College of Physicians is creating a Pulmonary Rehabilitation Services Accreditation Scheme (PRSAS). The idea is that it will encourage the people who provide pulmonary rehab in your area to improve and develop their services. It should also give you more confidence that you're getting the service you need.
To make the scheme work, we need to hear from people who have been to pulmonary rehab. Can you help?
The Royal College of Physicians would love it if you could complete their survey - surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TCW2Z8S.
They're also holding an online focus group on the 27th of October, and need people to join in.
For more information or to join the focus group, please go to prsas.org/for_patients.