Annual Congress Amsterdam 2011

Saturday, 24.09.2011
Sunday, 25.09.2011
Monday, 26.09.2011
Tuesday, 27.09.2011
Wednesday, 28.09.2011

Citations should be made in the following way: Authors. Title. Eur Respir J 2011; 38: Suppl. 55, abstract number.


Material from 2011
  • 4205 Abstracts
  • 632 Slide presentations
  • 250 Webcasts
  • 66 Handouts
  • 1703 e-posters
  • 250 Multimedia files
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Primary Care Day I: Effective disease- and self-management in primary care

Symposium
Chairs: N. Chavannes (Leiden, Netherlands), G. Burge (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Aims: The 2011 Primary Care Day offers:
- an excellent networking opportunity between respiratory care specialists, allied health professionals and GPs;
- the state-of-the-art on primary care clinical problems, scientific insights, teamwork and innovations in primary care;
- a prime venue to share new developments in respiratory primary care, and learn from peers all over the world.
Applicability of pulmonary rehabilitation in primary care: critical success factors, use of patient reported outcomes and consequences of population differences
R. Jones (Plymouth, United Kingdom)
Slide presentationMultimedia files
Slide presentationMultimedia files
Integrated disease management of COPD: role of self-management and internet support
N. Chavannes (Leiden, Netherlands)
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Models of delivering COPD care: workforce, networks and training
M. Swanney (Christchurch, New Zealand)
Slide presentationMultimedia files
Slide presentationMultimedia files
Coffee break

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The paradox of primary care and respiratory health: evidence of benefit for people and populations with asthma and COPD
C. Van Weel (Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Slide presentationMultimedia files
Slide presentationMultimedia files
Successful multidisciplinary smoking cessation treatment in primary care: novel options for both nurse and general practitioner
O. Van Schayck (Maastricht, Netherlands)
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Improving patient and care outcomes by multidisciplinary integrated care for obstructive lung disease
I. Smeele (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
Slide presentationMultimedia files
Slide presentationMultimedia files