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Workshop on Lung Function Tests, Asthma and Work

Examines the role of lung function testing in the workplace. NB: A theoretical, not practical, spirometry course.

Main audience - All Occupational Health-related professionals and researchers are equally welcome.

Description - Examines the role of lung function testing in the workplace. Covers spirometry, histamine provocation and exercise testing: interpretation, abnormalities, longitudinal changes, individual variation and role in health surveillance; use in pre-employment screening/fitness to work; risk assessment of people with asthma. NB: this is not a practical Spirometry course; a working knowledge of practical spirometry is assumed.


Professor Paul Cullinan | talks | www
Professor Sir Anthony Newman Taylor | talks | www
Dr Jo Szram | talks | www


Date and Time:

16 November 2010 at 10:00 am


Full Day



National Heart & Lung Institute (NHLI) Imperial College London
South Kensington Campus

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Accreditation - CPD: 5 clinical points; RCN Accreditation Unit: 5 study hours (event ref. 3803).

Further details of this and our other courses can be seen on our website: http://www.lungsatwork.org.uk/courses.php

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