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Live regional webinars:

COVID-19: clinical challenges now and in the future’ covering differential diagnosis, respiratory testing and recovery.

Event information

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Scotland Northern Ireland Wales London North England Midlands + East of England South England Broadcast

Scotland

Scotland & Northern Ireland
Broadcast – Tuesday 20th October – 6.30pm

Scotland & Northern Ireland

Broadcast – Tuesday 20th October – 6.30pm

COVID-19: clinical challenges now and in the future – 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Includes Presentation and Q&A Session

  • Acute COVID, Chest infection, Asthma or COPD – how should I assess?
  • What are the likely problems we will see in people recovering from COVID-19?
  • Use of respiratory testing during COVID-19

Free for all primary care clinicians, these live webinars are being delivered with a regional focus, looking at the current situation affecting your region and delivered by primary care respiratory specialists.

Delivered interactively these sessions will deliver a practical update on the latest evidence relating to managing your respiratory patients including a look at the evidence for immunity and any known long-term effects on lung structure or function.

Northern Ireland

Scotland & Northern Ireland
Broadcast – Tuesday 20th October – 6.30pm

Scotland & Northern Ireland

Broadcast – Tuesday 20th October – 6.30pm

COVID-19: clinical challenges now and in the future – 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Includes Presentation and Q&A Session

  • Acute COVID, Chest infection, Asthma or COPD – how should I assess?
  • What are the likely problems we will see in people recovering from COVID-19?
  • Use of respiratory testing during COVID-19

Free for all primary care clinicians, these live webinars are being delivered with a regional focus, looking at the current situation affecting your region and delivered by primary care respiratory specialists.

Delivered interactively these sessions will deliver a practical update on the latest evidence relating to managing your respiratory patients including a look at the evidence for immunity and any known long-term effects on lung structure or function.

Wales

Wales
Broadcast – Thursday 8th October – 6.30pm

Wales

Broadcast – Thursday 8th October – 6.30pm

COVID-19: clinical challenges now and in the future – 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Includes Presentation and Q&A Session

  • Acute COVID, Chest infection, Asthma or COPD – how should I assess?
  • What are the likely problems we will see in people recovering from COVID-19?
  • Use of respiratory testing during COVID-19

Free for all primary care clinicians, these live webinars are being delivered with a regional focus, looking at the current situation affecting your region and delivered by primary care respiratory specialists.

Delivered interactively these sessions will deliver a practical update on the latest evidence relating to managing your respiratory patients including a look at the evidence for immunity and any known long-term effects on lung structure or function.

London

London
Broadcast – Wednesday 14th October – 6.30pm

London

Broadcast – Wednesday 14th October – 6.30pm

COVID-19: clinical challenges now and in the future – 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Includes Presentation and Q&A Session

  • Acute COVID, Chest infection, Asthma or COPD – how should I assess?
  • What are the likely problems we will see in people recovering from COVID-19?
  • Use of respiratory testing during COVID-19

Free for all primary care clinicians, these live webinars are being delivered with a regional focus, looking at the current situation affecting your region and delivered by primary care respiratory specialists.

Delivered interactively these sessions will deliver a practical update on the latest evidence relating to managing your respiratory patients including a look at the evidence for immunity and any known long-term effects on lung structure or function.

North England

North England
Broadcast – Monday 28th September – 6.30pm

North England

Broadcast – Monday 28th September – 6.30pm

COVID-19: clinical challenges now and in the future – 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Includes Presentation and Q&A Session

  • Acute COVID, Chest infection, Asthma or COPD – how should I assess?
  • What are the likely problems we will see in people recovering from COVID-19?
  • Use of respiratory testing during COVID-19

Free for all primary care clinicians, these live webinars are being delivered with a regional focus, looking at the current situation affecting your region and delivered by primary care respiratory specialists.

Delivered interactively these sessions will deliver a practical update on the latest evidence relating to managing your respiratory patients including a look at the evidence for immunity and any known long-term effects on lung structure or function.

Midlands + East of England

Midlands + East
Broadcast – Wednesday 23rd September – 6.30pm

Midlands + East

Broadcast – Wednesday 23rd September – 6.30pm

COVID-19: clinical challenges now and in the future – 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Includes Presentation and Q&A Session

  • Acute COVID, Chest infection, Asthma or COPD – how should I assess?
  • What are the likely problems we will see in people recovering from COVID-19?
  • Use of respiratory testing during COVID-19

Free for all primary care clinicians, these live webinars are being delivered with a regional focus, looking at the current situation affecting your region and delivered by primary care respiratory specialists.

Delivered interactively these sessions will deliver a practical update on the latest evidence relating to managing your respiratory patients including a look at the evidence for immunity and any known long-term effects on lung structure or function.

South England Broadcast

South England
Broadcast – Thursday 17th September – 6.30pm

South England

Broadcast – Thursday 17th September – 6.30pm

COVID-19: clinical challenges now and in the future – 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Includes Presentation and Q&A Session

  • Acute COVID, Chest infection, Asthma or COPD – how should I assess?
  • What are the likely problems we will see in people recovering from COVID-19?
  • Use of respiratory testing during COVID-19

Free for all primary care clinicians, these live webinars are being delivered with a regional focus, looking at the current situation affecting your region and delivered by primary care respiratory specialists.

Delivered interactively these sessions will deliver a practical update on the latest evidence relating to managing your respiratory patients including a look at the evidence for immunity and any known long-term effects on lung structure or function.

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The Primary Care Respiratory Academy has been developed and is produced by Cogora, the publisher of Pulse, Nursing in Practice, Healthcare Leader, Management in Practice and The Pharmacist working in partnership with PCRS.

All educational content for the website and videos has been initiated and produced by PCRS and Cogora.

The Primary Care Respiratory Academy is sponsored by Chiesi Ltd.