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Optimising the Paediatric Severe Asthma Journey: Part 1 of 2

Optimising the Paediatric Severe Asthma Journey: Part 1 of 2


Children's Respiratory Nurse Specialist Angela Jamalzadeh discusses key aspects of the paediatric severe asthma journey. She will outline the severe asthma service from referral to treatment, including adolescent homecare.


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Angela Jamalzadeh

Children's Respiratory Nurse Specialist, The Royal Brompton, London

Angela undertook her nurse training at University of Hertfordshire and qualified in 2008. She worked as a staff nurse and then as a junior sister on a general paediatric ward before taking on the role of Paediatric specialist asthma nurse in West London in 2013. Angela has been at the Royal Brompton Hospital since 2014 in the role of Paediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist in Respiratory care, working as part of the Paediatric Difficult Asthma Team, and has completed her MsC Allergy from Imperial College London.

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