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"Changing the asthma experience: Delivering collaborative, coordinated care in an evolving health care system"
It is with great pleasure that Asthma Foundation Queensland announces the 2013 World Asthma Day Symposium.
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In an ageing population with complex health needs, the provision of collaborative, integrated and best practice health care is paramount in supporting people with asthma. However, system barriers continue to burden the health care system thereby impacting on the quality of care received by patients. The 2013 World Asthma Day Symposium will examine current national and international efforts towards achieving coordinated, integrated and cost-effective care in order to support people with asthma.
“Changing the asthma experience: delivering collaborative, coordinated care in an evolving health care system”
Wednesday, 1st May 2013
Royal Brisbane Women’s (Education Centre)
Herston Road, HerstonBrisbane, Queensland
$110 – Full registration online$125 – Full registration (invoice required - please contact Asthma Foundation Queensland via email)$45 - Student registration (please contact Asthma Foundation Queensland via email) (Please note, all on-line registrations will be emailed a Tax Invoice for the registration fee with the confirmation email.) Asthma Foundation Queensland invites Asthma Educators, General Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Respiratory Nurses, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Assistants, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers, Researchers of asthma and other linked conditions, and student of any other outlined discipline to attend.
For organisations or individuals unable to attend due to financial constraints, or in exceptional circumstance, Asthma Foundation Queensland may be able to waiver the registration fee (N.B. Requests must be in writing and submitted to email@example.com).
Please refer to the terms & conditions for our cancellation policy.
Professor William Runciman
(Professor of Patient Safety and Healthcare Human Factors, University of South Australia)
"Care Track: Assessing the appropriateness of health care delivery in Australia"
Dr Simon Bowler
(Respiratory and Sleep Physician, Mater Adult Hospital)
"An audit of people presenting with acute severe asthma: Chronic poorly managed asthma is common"
Royal College of Nursing Australia Life Long Learning Program (RCNA) This workshop has been endorsed by APEC no.110825004 as authorised by Royal College of Nursing, Australia (RCNA) according to approved criteria.
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For more information, contact Asthma Foundation Queensland on 1800 ASTHMA or email.
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