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Webinar | English | 23:13

In this webinar Nurse Deborah Casey will share her real-world experience on transitioning patients who receive Anti-IL5 therapy from clinic to at home care.


Clinical Nurse Specialist Deborah Casey

Deborah Casey trained in the UK and qualified in 2011, since then she has worked various medical wards within CUH. She was appointed as Respiratory Clinical Nurse specialist in June 2017, she then transitioned to Asthma Clinical Nurse Specialist in May 2018. Deborah completed her masters in 2019 on “Nurses and experience of inhaler technique in Asthma and COPD patients”. Deborah is a registered nurse prescriber and has recently completed her ionising radiation course. She has newly transitioned to a role as clinical nurse specialist in the respiratory integrated care hub, where she will focus on Asthma and COPD diagnosis and management.

Her main role as Asthma CNS was to administer, monitor and follow up on patients on asthma biologics, and to assist and monitor the progress of patients being worked up for biologics follow etc. She also provided disease education to respiratory patients.

Deborah's special areas of interest are Asthma (mainly the very severe), COPD and self-management strategies.