Live Well, Breathe Better Chronic Lung Condition Webinars

June 11 2020 - August 10 2020

Event Details

Health Professional Conferences & Training, Patient Education, Webinar, Webinar

  • June 11 2020 - August 10 2020
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Spirometry: Understanding spirometry and its role in managing your lung health

Speakers:

  • Iain Smith, Respiratory Scientist, Prince Charles Hospital
  • Amanda Curran, Respiratory Care Nurse, Lung Foundation Australia

Discover more about spirometry and what it tells you about your lung condition. Iain will provide information on prepping for a test and what to expect and explain the meaning of spirometry graphs.

Lung Foundation Australia’s Respiratory Care Nurse, Amanda, will share insights about the role of spirometry in lung health and how she can support people living with chronic lung disease. 

A live Q&A will take place at the end of the webinar.

When: June 11 2020

Time: 2:00pm (QLD, VIC, TAS, ACT, NSW), 1:30pm (SA, NT), 12:00pm (WA)

Support for the carer’s journey: Supporting a loved with chronic Lung condition

Speakers:

  • Natalie Barber, Social Worker, Asbestos Disease Society
  • Judith Thomson, Social Worker, Asbestos Disease Society
  • Lennette, Carer Representative

Natalie and Judith will discuss the needs of the carer, caring for a loved one with a chronic lung condition, including the importance of building and maintaining carer health and well-being. Hear practical ideas for gaining support and navigating through the chronic lung condition journey. You will also have the opportunity to gain insights from a carer who will share her experiences.

When: August 10 2020

Time: 2:00pm (QLD, VIC, TAS, ACT, NSW), 1:30PM (SA, NT), 12:00pm (WA)

Real Stories
Lung disease doesn’t discriminate. It affects almost 1 in 3 Australians from all walks of life, all who are equally worthy of care and support. No one deserves lung disease. Read and share our real stories to help breakdown the stereotypes If you are living with a lung disease – please share your story to help others know they are not alone.