Webinar 1:Who really has COPD?

Content
4 modules

Rating

Instructor
Katie Warner

Released
13 Jul 2018

Price
Free

Description

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. 

 

  • 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

 

The next 2 webinars in the series are:

  •  Right medicine, right time, and in the right way
  • Keeping patients out of hospital

Objectives

  • implement a COPD risk assessment using a standard checklist
  • recognise the value of using a COPD screening device to identify those at higher risk of COPD
  • outline the role of spirometry to confirm a diagnosis of COPD
  • describe the elements of a valid spirometry test
  • review and interpret spirometry results.
 

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Who Really Has COPD?

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Added 8 days ago, by Anonymous
I thought this was a useful webinar, specifically for COPD case finding, screening spirometry devices and using and interpreting spirometry in your GP practice
 
Added 9 days ago, by Anonymous
Follow this if you want to learn how to interpret Spirometry results
 
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Added about 1 month ago, by Nicole
Very informative and relevant for anyone working with patients living with COPD.

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