International Congress London 2016

Saturday, 03.09.2016
Sunday, 04.09.2016
Monday, 05.09.2016
Tuesday, 06.09.2016
Wednesday, 07.09.2016

 

Sponsored symposia:

Industry Evening Mini Symposium at ERS 2016: “Challenges in the management of non-CF bronchiectasis”

Citations should be made in the following way: Authors. Title. Eur Respir J 2016; 48: Suppl. 60, abstract number.


SW1 Inhaler techniques

Skills workshop
Chairs: Daniel Schuermans (Brussels, Belgium)
Aims: To provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to demonstrate the use of inhalation devices, and to coach and teach patients effectively; to provide an overview of the different types of models and how they function; to provide participants with the skills and knowledge needed to guide and train a patient to successfully use an inhaler; to give an overview on how inhalers perform in real-life scenarios; to teach participants how to successfully administer medication and how to avoid common mistakes.
Target audience: Nurse, Sleep specialist/technologist, Clinician, Fellow, Physiologist
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Programme SW1 Inhaler techniques

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Reading list SW1 Inhaler techniques

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Workstation 1: Inhalation devices
Eric Derom (Gent, Belgium)
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Workstation 2: How to train a patient
Job van der Palen (Enschede, Netherlands)
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Workstation 3: Inhaler techniques
Sibylla Bos (Deventer, Netherlands)
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