We will host the Workshop on the Assessment and Management of Unexplained Breathlessness and Dysfunctional Breathing; a full-day education programme, to be held on Thursday 04 April 2019 at the Hunter Medical Research Institute in Newcastle, NSW.
This workshop will focus on the current understanding, diagnosis, assessment and treatment of complex breathlessness.
We are pleased to announce international and local speakers including:
Please secure your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is funded by the Centre of Excellence in Severe Asthma. There is no registration cost to participants. There are a small number of travel bursaries available for nursing and allied health clinicians, for details and the application form see below (Note: bursary application are due 01 February 2019).
You can download an event flyer here: https://www.severeasthma.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Breathlessness-Workshop-Poster.pdf
Breathlessness is a symptom that causes a high level of burden for patients with chronic respiratory diseases. Breathlessness can occur in various conditions including asthma, COPD, breathing dysfunction, paradoxical vocal fold movement or inducible laryngeal obstruction, anxiety and hyperventilation syndrome. Due to the complex nature of breathlessness, multidisciplinary management is essential.
The Centre of Excellence in Severe Asthma is providing bursaries to support the professional development of nursing and allied health professionals. A limited number of bursaries are available.
Funds are available for nursing and allied health clinicians to support travel and accommodation expenses. Domestic economy airfares and a single night of accommodation in Newcastle will be supported.
To apply, download the travel bursary application form and return to email@example.com by COB 01 February 2019. Late applications will not be considered.
Download the bursary application form here: https://www.severeasthma.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Breathlessness-Workshop-Bursary-Application-Form.docx