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

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Evening webinars: Occupational Lung Disease - Keeping up to Date

Category: clinical

3 November, 2020

Short series of weekly evening webinars   

Please that the 3 November webinar is now closed for registration. Also, we have a waiting list for 17 November

Free of charge - apply here: Lungs at Work webinar series application form

Registration is free, but an optional charity donation is politely suggested; three possible options are given further below.

Dates, speakers and topics:

  • REGISTRATION FOR 3 NOVEMBER IS NOW CLOSED - Tuesday 3 November, 7-8pm: Dr Joanna Szram‘Refreshing your spirometry knowledge – a case-based discussion’ 
  • Tuesday 10 November, 7-8pm: Professor Paul Cullinan‘Cases from the clinic, with imaging’
  • WAITING LIST: Tuesday 17 November, 7-8pm: Dr Johanna Feary: 'It’s not all asthma: how to pick up and treat other work-related issues’

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Attendance certificate(s) will be available.  

Suggested charities for an optional donation: 

  • - Founded in 1993, Bees for Development was the first organisation to articulate the reasons why beekeeping is such a useful tool for alleviating poverty while helping to retain biodiversity.
  • - The Laburnum Boat Club is a community-based boating project by the Regents Canal in South Hackney.  It aims to provide opportunities for the personal development of local children, young people and their families through participation in a range of water-based activities.
  • - The Childhood Trust funds grass-roots charities and their projects to alleviate the impact of child poverty in London.  Every child has the right to a safe and happy childhood, so we partner with and fund the very best initiatives and projects.

Webinars suitable for - Practising occupational health practitioners (physicians, nurses and advisors)

Accreditation by the Royal College of Physicians currently sought

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