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, in November.   

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

- First-come, first-served.  Please note we have already received many applications, and registration will close when full (specific webinars will be greyed out or removed when full).  

Registration is free, but an optional charity donation is politely suggested; three charities are stated below -

  • - 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.

Access the flyer here.  

Dates, speakers and topics:

  • 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’
  • Tuesday 17 November, 7-8pm: Dr Johanna Feary: 'It’s not all asthma: how to pick up and treat other work-related issues’

Attendance certificate(s) will be available in return for feedback, or on request.  

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

Accreditation by the Royal College of Physicians currently sought

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