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ILD series part 1: identification and patient referral

Posted on: 5 Nov 2019
 

This first video in the series will focus on the identification of interstitial lung disease and the process of patient referral.

By the end of the video you should be able to:

  • Identify the causes of different types of ILD
  • Describe how to take a medical history to identify the possible causes of ILD
  • Describe how to examine and investigate suspected ILD in primary care
  • Differentiate ILD from other respiratory conditions (COPD, bronchiectasis, asthma)
  • Refer a patient with suspected ILD to secondary care
  • Explain the differences between the sounds of healthy lungs vs COPD and ILD

If you have any feedback or comments, please email: respiratoryacademy@cogora.com

Please note that the RCN cannot confirm the competence of any practitioner.

Download: Video evaluation form Download: Reflective learning log Download: Video transcription Download: Video slides - Identification and patient referral



Other videos in this series


Author: Boehringer Ingelheim
ILD series part 2: diagnosis and testing
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13min 44sec
Author: Boehringer Ingelheim
ILD series part 3: treatment options and considerations
CPD points
05min 53sec
Author: Boehringer Ingelheim
ILD series part 4: end of life care
CPD points
08min 48sec
Author: Circassia
Implementing FeNO testing in primary care: successes and lessons
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24min 51sec


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