A practical approach to tackling SABA over-reliance in practice,
18 June 2020, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Hear from a Respiratory Nurse Specialist about how one forward thinking practice took up the challenge of SABA over-reliance. Learn about the interventions that were made, the significant results achieved, and how this can be easily replicated in any practice across the UK.
Speaker: Frances Barrett
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.
Session Chair: Laura Rush
Laura is a practice nurse in Somerset specialising in respiratory care. She is passionate about accurate and timely diagnosis and providing management in line with best practice to improve the lives of patients with respiratory disease. This is something Laura would love to see standardised nationally. Laura shares her passion for improving care for respiratory patients through her respiratory training business motivating and inspiring other healthcare professionals to deliver optimum care. Laura is a member of the Asthma Right Care Core Team and the IMP2ART professional advisory group. She sat on the Primary Care Respiratory Society Education Committee for 4 years and is now on the PCRS Conference Organising Committee.
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