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ARC Webinar Series 2021: How to convert 'Reactive to Proactive' asthma management

Tue, Jul 13, 2021 · 17:00 · London
About This Webinar

In the second of our new series of insightful webinars, Frances Barrett will share how to convert 'Reactive to Proactive' asthma management.

Learning outcomes for this webinar will include:

- Asthma 'a long term condition' - what does this mean?
- Education before medication - asthma's underlying pathophysiology is inflammation - like a rumbling volcano - how should this be addressed long term?
- Safe and effective asthma management - dampening down the underlying 'volcanic' inflammation - to help prevent an eruption
- Aim to keep our asthma patients away from the 'Cliff Edge' and STOP chasing symptoms by using a 'finger in the dyke' approach - which signifies DANGER
- Understand why SABAs are 'Blue light' emergency medications and not asthma 'management medication'
- Support asthma patients to be symptom free - unchain them - set them free

This non-promotional webinar has been sponsored by Sandoz who have had no editorial input into the presentation. At the end of the webinar, there will be a short promotional session from Sandoz.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
BSc (Hons) RN, Respiratory Nurse Specialist
Frances Barrett BSc (Hons) RN, is a Respiratory Nurse Specialist in General Practice. She is a Respiratory & Spirometry Trainer, PCRS committee and ARC core team member, First Aid @ Work & CPR Trainer, and a community first responder. Frances is also Director of Barrett McGrath Education and Mentoring Services Ltd. Website: www.barrettmcgrathems.com.
Webinar hosting presenter
Daryl worked as a partner in a Primary Care practice with a focus on elderly care until November 2017 when she left to become an associate Clinical Director with Norfolk Community Health & Care, the main provider of community care in Norfolk & Waveney. Her role is to work with Commissioners & Providers to ensure delivery of care across the area is as seamless and co-ordinated as possible with a particular focus on care for the frail elderly population and the development of new patient pathways as a result of the success of Covid Virtual Wards.
She is also Chair of the STP Respiratory Working Group, which in the last 2 years has worked towards standardising respiratory care, pathways & documents across Norfolk & Waveney. Recently she has been appointed to a joint BTS/PCRS committee looking at how respiratory care can be better integrated across Primary/ Secondary and Community Care.

She has represented PCRS-UK on the Right Care COPD pathway and is the Primary Care lead for NHSE Right Care asthma & pneumonia pathways. She also leads the PCRS-UK Service Development Committee and is an active member of the East of England Respiratory Clinical Network.
Daryl loves country life and is a keen horsewoman and lives in Norfolk with her 2 dogs, 3 horses and long suffering paramedic partner.
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