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

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Virtual Lung Function Testing in the Workplace - Intermediate Level

Category: clinical

21 October, 2021

Image of spray painting, to illustrate this course

 

Two online events (10am to 4.30pm) will be held on the following dates; places are limited on each:

- Thursday 15 July (currently full) 

- Thursday 21 October (nearly full) 

Course fee - £100 per person (VAT does not apply) for each event

 

* Important ~ please see 2020 refunds/use of funds further below *

 

Registration to open shortly

- please note that places are limited (see above)

- please apply to Magda Wheatley for a booking link; to be supplied according to availability

- due to expected demand, a deadline will be given for booking when these links are sent out

NB: registration will be card only; we no longer issue invoices

The programme and flyer can be accessed here. 

 

Description - topics to be covered

- concepts in lung function measurement

- guide to interpretation

- getting it wrong

- case studies

- surveillance issues

Presentations will be interspersed with facilitated breakout group work – and ample time for Q&A

 

2020 refunds/use of funds

People who booked for a cancelled event last year, and haven't yet requested a refund, can use their funds towards 15 July or 21 October, if they gain a place (if not, they will be fully reimbursed shortly).

NB: For refunds of paid invoices, we will need your bank details on headed company notepaper.

We will contact people individually about these refunds.

 

Expected audience - 15 July and 21 October are thought suitable for Occupational Health professionals with a particular interest in spirometry, and experience of its use in the workplace.

Accreditation received from the Faculty of Occupational Medicine: 5 CPD points

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