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Dry Run Asthma Master Class: Be Proactive with Patient Care

Here's an exciting opportunity to participate in a first-of-its-kind asthma masterclass series targeted at improving treatment outcomes in your asthma patients, to reduce preventable asthma patient deaths in Nigeria. This means that patients who have overestimated their level of asthma symptom control would not have breakthrough attacks that could be fatal. Explore how being proactive with patient care in asthma management can lead to improved therapeutic outcomes in your patients and reduce preventable asthma deaths. This will help your asthma patients live happier and more fulfilling lives everyday. Learning Objectives- The benefits of Proactive Regular Dosing (PRD) -How the 4Rs - the Right diagnosis, Right classification, Right therapy and Right follow-up plan can improve therapeutic outcomes -Patient case studies -Proper inhaler techniques. Register now for the inaugural virtual asthma masterclass series.

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04 Jul, 2022

Dr Bolanle Adefuye, Associate Professor/Consultant Pulmonologist, OOUTH Sagamu, Nigeria

Dr Kenneth Chapman, Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto, Director, Asthma and Airway Centre, University Health Network, President of the Canadian Network for Asthma Care and Director of the Canadian Registry for Alpha1 Anti-trypsin Deficiency

04 Jul, 2022

Dr Bolanle Adefuye, Associate Professor/Consultant Pulmonologist, OOUTH Sagamu, Nigeria

Dr Kenneth Chapman, Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto, Director, Asthma and Airway Centre, University Health Network, President of the Canadian Network for Asthma Care and Director of the Canadian Registry for Alpha1 Anti-trypsin Deficiency