Events and Education
Webinar: Q&A with respiratory specialists
Even though the immediate COVID-19 crisis has eased, patients will continue to present to GP clinics with respiratory symptoms - but how do you distinguish what might be COVID-related and what is more likely to be due to other conditions such a COPD, asthma, or even lung cancer?
How do you support and advise your patients as they start returning to work, school and daycare?
SEMPHN invites GPs to join respiratory specialists Dr Christine McDonald, Head of Respiratory from the Austin Hospital and Associate Professor Lou Irving, Head of Respiratory Medicine at Royal Melbourne Hospital, in a special webinar on Wednesday, 8 July (5.30pm-6.30pm), where they will answer your questions about treating respiratory patients in the â€˜new normal' following the pandemic peak.
The webinar will be an informal Q&A format and GPs can submit questions or topics for discussion prior to the webinar via email@example.com.
Details on how to view the webinar will be sent out closer to the date of the event.
- Dr Christine McDonald, Head of Respiratory from the Austin Hospital
- Associate Professor Lou Irving, Head of Respiratory Medicine at Royal Melbourne Hospital
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