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Lungs at Work evening webinar series on Occupational Lung Disease
9 March, 2021
We held three highly successful evening webinars in November 2020, and are now pleased to announce our 'Spring Series' of evening webinars on Occupational Lung Disease.
There is a flat fee of £50 (VAT-exempt) per person for the series of three webinars.
These will be held on Tuesday 9, 16 and 23 March, each 7-8pm (registration for individual webinars is not available).
Each presentation will last about 40 minutes, followed by approx. 20 minutes of Q&A.
Recordings for registered delegates will be available after the events.
Booking link (card payments only): LAW Spring webinar series on OLD
Bookings will close on 19 March (four days before the final webinar).
Maximum number of participants on Microsoft Teams is 300.
Dates, speakers and titles are as follows:
- Tuesday 9 March, 7-8pm – Dr Jo Szram: 'Spirometry: a refresher'. This webinar will use real-life cases to highlight the key principles of using lung function within a workplace surveillance programme.
- Tuesday 16 March, 7-8pm – Dr Jo Feary: 'Occupational asthma and its differentials: a recap and new approaches'. Using a case-based presentation, this webinar will describe the contemporary approach to occupational asthma from identification through assessment to management, including important differential diagnoses and “asthma mimics”.
- Tuesday 23 March, 7-8pm - Professor Paul Cullinan: 'Silica, silicosis and other non-airway occupational lung diseases'. Covering a number of cases from the clinic, this webinar will discuss aspects of modern occupational lung disease presentations and management.
Suitable for practising occupational health practitioners (physicians, nurses and advisors).
Accreditation is currently being sought.
An attendance certificate for the series will be made available.
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