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  • Severe asthma

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Homecare: This is Real Life
Speakers: Respiratory Nurse Specialist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford University Hospitals Katie Borg, Respiratory Nurse Specialist; Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge Caroline Owen, Children’s Respiratory Nurse Specialist; The Royal Brompton Hospital, London Angela Jamalzadeh, Market Access and Patient Solutions Manager, GSK Beverley Nightingale
15 Aug, 2020 o 09:00 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-MPL-WCNT-200021 October 2020
Severe Asthma Referrals: This is Real Life Part 2
Speakers: Respiratory Consultant, The Royal Brompton, London Dr Pujan Patel
22 Oct, 2020 o 19:00 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-MPL-WCNT-210006 March 2021
Severe Asthma Referrals: This is Real Life
Speakers: Senior Nurse Specialist, The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust John Davison
22 Oct, 2020 o 19:00 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-MPL-WCNT-200039 December 2020
Webinar series - Part 2 of 3. The mechanisms and effects of COPD exacerbations.
Speakers: Director of Education for Primary Care Respiratory Training Centre (PCRTC) Ltd. and Primary Care Diabetes Training Centre (PCDTC) Ltd. Tracy Kirk
24 Mar, 2021 o 12:30 GMT
PM-GB-RS-WCNT-210004 Mar 21
Webinar series - Part 3 of 3 Targeted and Individual treatment interventions in COPD
Speakers: Director of Education for Primary Care Respiratory Training Centre (PCRTC) Ltd. and Primary Care Diabetes Training Centre (PCDTC) Ltd. Tracy Kirk
28 Apr, 2021 o 12:30 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-RS-WCNT-210005 April21
Service Provision for the COPD patient; from COVID to the future
Speakers: Respiratory Physician, Royal Victoria Infirmary Newcastle. President of the British Thoracic Society. Dr Graham Burns, Pulmonary and Cardiac Rehabilitation at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust Professor Sally Singh, Critical Care Consultant and Deputy Head of Service for Critical Care at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Dr Christine Watson
06 May, 2021 o 12:30 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-FVU-WCNT-210002 May 2021
Single Inhaler Triple Therapy in COPD; Evidence to Action
Speakers: Professor of Clinical Pharmacology and Respiratory Medicine at the University of Manchester. Professor Dave Singh, General Practitioner, Respiratory GPwER, Medical Director, Clinical Commissioner and a Member of the Service Development Committee for the PCRS-UK Dr Sanjeev Rana
26 May, 2021 o 12:30 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-RS-WCNT-210009 May 2021
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  • Severe asthma

Duration
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Homecare: This is Real Life
Speakers: Respiratory Nurse Specialist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford University Hospitals Katie Borg, Respiratory Nurse Specialist; Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge Caroline Owen, Children’s Respiratory Nurse Specialist; The Royal Brompton Hospital, London Angela Jamalzadeh, Market Access and Patient Solutions Manager, GSK Beverley Nightingale
15 Aug, 2020 o 09:00 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-MPL-WCNT-200021 October 2020
Severe Asthma Referrals: This is Real Life Part 2
Speakers: Respiratory Consultant, The Royal Brompton, London Dr Pujan Patel
22 Oct, 2020 o 19:00 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-MPL-WCNT-210006 March 2021
Severe Asthma Referrals: This is Real Life
Speakers: Senior Nurse Specialist, The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust John Davison
22 Oct, 2020 o 19:00 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-MPL-WCNT-200039 December 2020
Webinar series - Part 2 of 3. The mechanisms and effects of COPD exacerbations.
Speakers: Director of Education for Primary Care Respiratory Training Centre (PCRTC) Ltd. and Primary Care Diabetes Training Centre (PCDTC) Ltd. Tracy Kirk
24 Mar, 2021 o 12:30 GMT
PM-GB-RS-WCNT-210004 Mar 21
Webinar series - Part 3 of 3 Targeted and Individual treatment interventions in COPD
Speakers: Director of Education for Primary Care Respiratory Training Centre (PCRTC) Ltd. and Primary Care Diabetes Training Centre (PCDTC) Ltd. Tracy Kirk
28 Apr, 2021 o 12:30 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-RS-WCNT-210005 April21
Service Provision for the COPD patient; from COVID to the future
Speakers: Respiratory Physician, Royal Victoria Infirmary Newcastle. President of the British Thoracic Society. Dr Graham Burns, Pulmonary and Cardiac Rehabilitation at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust Professor Sally Singh, Critical Care Consultant and Deputy Head of Service for Critical Care at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Dr Christine Watson
06 May, 2021 o 12:30 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-FVU-WCNT-210002 May 2021
Single Inhaler Triple Therapy in COPD; Evidence to Action
Speakers: Professor of Clinical Pharmacology and Respiratory Medicine at the University of Manchester. Professor Dave Singh, General Practitioner, Respiratory GPwER, Medical Director, Clinical Commissioner and a Member of the Service Development Committee for the PCRS-UK Dr Sanjeev Rana
26 May, 2021 o 12:30 GMT+01:00
PM-GB-RS-WCNT-210009 May 2021

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