14th August 2020
UPDATE, 10th June 2021: We are aware that there is a lot of regional variation around patient contact. A recent document issued by the Association for Respiratory Technology and Physiology (ARTP) and one from the Primary Care Respiratory Society (PCRS) highlights areas that need to be considered in order to aid restoration of spirometry services. Click to read more about Spirometry and patient contact
This course is designed for healthcare professionals who are responsible for performing, recording and interpreting spirometry in adults, or a combination of these.
The course is designed to enable you to learn at a pace and style that is suitable for you; it is a truly interactive course which combines master classes, podcasts and eLearning in several distinct chapters. The course is specifically designed to give you the knowledge and ‘know how’ to demonstrate competence in spirometry; enabling you to assess your patients with both confidence and competence.
Written by a team of expert clinicians, aligned with ARTP standards, this course is easy to access and provides opportunities each month to speak with a clinical tutor.
Knowing Your Population – now available
We can help you to Know Your Population using Education for Health’s newly released Population Profiling Tools. At the click of a button, these provide you with a live, up-to-date overview of the essential data for those on your disease register.
You will be able to identify patients who have received, or are in need of, key screening and those that fall into At Risk categories quickly and easily.
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