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We are please to offer you free enrolment for the following training: - Who Really Has COPD? - Right Medicine, Right Time, in the Right Way - Keeping Patients Out of Hospital

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This is the third in a series of three webinars delivered live in partnership with ACRRM, funded by Murray PHN, on Wednesday 13th June 2018. In this webinar, Respiratory Specialist and Chair of the COPD Guidelines Committee, Physician Professor Ian Yang and General Practitioner, Professor Amanda Barnard presented on evidence-based non-pharmacotherapy management options for people with COPD and managing acute exacerbations of COPD to keep patients out of hospital. ACRRM Accredited: Allocated 2 Core PDP points for the 2017-2019 triennium RACGP Accredited: Allocated 3 Category 2 points in the QI&CPD Program for the 2017-2019 triennium   The first 2 webinars in this series are: Who really has COPD? Right medicine, right time, in the right way Read More

This is the second webinar in a series of 3 webinars, delivered live on Wednesday 30th May 2018 in partnership with ACRRM, funded by Murray PHN. In this webinar, Respiratory Physician and Chair of the LFA COPD Guidelines Committee Professor Christine McDonald, and Clinical Nurse Consultant Mary Roberts, explored the multitude of inhaler medicines available for patients with COPD and answered questions on which medicine should be used with which patient.   ACRRM Accredited: 2 Core PDP points for the 2017-2019 triennium RACGP Accredited: 3 Category 2 points in the QI&CPD Program for the 2017-2019 triennium   Read More

This is the first in a series of 3 webinars, delivered in partnership with ACRRM, funded by the Murray PHN. In this webinar delivered live on Wednesday 9th May 2018, General Practitioner Dr Kerry Hancock and Lung Foundation Australia's Judy Powell presented on approaches to identifying COPD patients early, and interpreting spirometry to make a diagnosis.  RACGP Activity ID: 180636   Read More

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