Practical session at a 'Lung Function Testing in the Workplace - Introductory Level' course

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Workplace Respiratory Surveillance: A Practical Guide

Category: clinical

26 April, 2018

Course fee - £175 including handout, lunch and refreshments. 

Brief description - Using a combination of ‘real life’ case-based, discussion, ‘ask the expert’ Q+A sessions and small group/team-based learning, this workshop will examine the practical aspects of occupational lung disease surveillance.  The evidence behind existing guidance for occupational respiratory disease screening and monitoring, will also be presented, reviewed and discussed.

Suitable for - Healthcare specialists (physicians and experienced nurses) in occupational and respiratory medicine.

Accreditation - Please see 'Introduction' above.

Venue (map can be viewed here) -

National Heart and Lung Institute

Education Centre, Seminar Room A

Guy Scadding Building

Dovehouse Street

London SW3 6LY

Feedback -

"Evidence/studies particularly useful to shape understand why we do surveillance."

"Made me rethink why we are carrying out spirometry – the efficacy of any results in identifying work-related asthma."

"Helpful myth-busting evidence re. reasons for surveillance and available techniques."

"Excellent content; engaging delivery at a good pace.  Helpful slides."

"Very informative and provided relevant info to relate back to working environment."