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.
The webinar will be hosted via TEAMs. Your booking details will be shared with the training supplier, LR Respiratory, who will send out course information and joining link in advance of the session. They will provide you with 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.
Throughout the webinar you will be expected to contribute to discussion and will be able to contribute and ask questions using the ‘chat feature’.
This meeting will be supported by Chiesi UK Ltd. They have not initiated this meeting and will have no input into the content, programme or organisation of this educational meeting. At the start of the webinar, they will deliver a 10 minute promotional product presentation.
This course is for staff working within the Cornwall healthcare economy. We reserve the right to cancel any ineligible bookings. If you work outside Cornwall and are interested in this course, please email [email protected]
If you need to cancel a booked place on a course, please do so giving sufficient notice for the place to be reallocated. As per our terms and conditions, we reserve the right to charge for places cancelled less than 5 working days prior to the course start (unless otherwise stated), or failure to take up the place on the day of the course. This applies to both members and non-members of the Primary Care Education Programme.