Webinars and videos
Browse our educational webinars, short animations and videos on topics such as inhaler technique, asthma reviews, tackling SABA over-reliance and pro-active asthma management.
The truth is avoiding 'triggers' can reduce symptoms and taking a blue inhaler, can help to provide short-term relief but they don’t address the underlying problem - inflammation.
The truth is people with asthma need to carry their blue inhaler for emergencies only. Daily preventers will keep symptoms at bay.
The truth is with the right treatment patients with asthma can lead a normal life.
"It’s only asthma...” Sound familiar? Many patients wrongly think asthma is not a serious disease.
Use of technology, coaching of soft skills and how medicine reviews can help with this
In association with Sandoz, we are delighted to be hosting this webinar series on asthma care In the third of our new series of insightful webinars, Laura Rush will discuss the importance of making every contact with a patient count. Learning outcomes for this webinar will include;
In association with Sandoz, we are delighted to be hosting this webinar series on asthma care 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;
In association with Sandoz, we are delighted to be hosting this webinar series on asthma care The Journey Begins with the Right Diagnosis
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