Spirometry Update: INTERPRETATION

*** 2022 dates now available ***

Available to book: 2nd March 2022 12:30-2:30  £20 per place

 

These sessions are supported by the pharmaceutical industry.  As a result of this funding, these places are offered at a discounted rate of £20 per place.

The company will deliver a 10 minute presentation at the start of the webinar.  They will also have a list of delegates attending.

 

*** FULL *** 7th December 12:30-2:30pm

 

For notifications of new dates, follow us on Facebook @respiratoryeducation.

Audience

This 2 hour stand alone webinar is aimed at healthcare professionals that have already completed training in spirometry and are interpreting it in clinical practice and require an update.

This webinar will cover:

  • Checking spirometry is fit for interpretation 

  • Interpreting the graphs

  • Interpreting the numbers

  • Recognising spirometry patterns: normal, obstruction, restriction, combined

  • Identifying significant reversibility & its relevance

  • Considering the findings in the context of the patient to support a diagnosis

  • Writing a useful report

  • Practical interpretation case studies

  • The National register

Spirometry will be discussed in line with the current ARTP guidance with reference to the Covid-19 pandemic..

Throughout the webinar you will be expected to contribute to discussion and will be able to contribute and ask questions using the ‘chat feature’. 

 

The webinar will be hosted via Google Meet. The link will be sent out 2 weeks before the meeting which will give you the opportunity to test the link to ensure it is not blocked by firewalls and to download anything necessary.  You will need a good internet connection and a microphone and webcam ideally.

Available to book: 2nd March 2022 12:30-2:30  £20 per place

At the start of the webinar, the company will deliver a 10 minute presentation and then leave the meeting. They will also have a list of delegates attending.

Follow the Facebook page @respiratoryeducation for first look at new dates