Interpretation of Spirometry workshop
Workshop date: 06/02/2020 10 Church Street, The Athenaeum, Warwick, CV34 4AB
Please note, Education for Health will be relocating within the Warwick area towards the end of 2019. As soon as the move date and new location are confirmed we will communicate this on our website, and directly to any students who have purchased a place on a course with Warwick study days.
Last Date open for booking (unless workshop fills sooner): 03/02/2020
Feedback from students on June 2018 cohort:
"I finally understand how to read and understand spirometry results. The trainer was absolutely amazing." "Best teacher I have had in 25 years of listening on the subject." "I enjoyed every session,it was clear and easy to understand."
This workshop supports very experienced healthcare professionals who wish to register with the ARTP as competent to interpret diagnostic spirometry.
This interactive workshop provides an overview of spirometry interpretation. It is designed for registered healthcare professionals who interpret diagnostic spirometry in adults. It is assumed they are experienced and have a qualification or prior experience of performing the test.
Through informal lectures and practical sessions delivered by expert practicing clinicians, you will be able to identify your ongoing training needs in relation to the process and apply this to case studies. The practical skills required to produce technically acceptable results will be briefly covered.
At the end of the workshop you will be able to decide whether you feel ready to apply to the ARTP for assessment and entry onto the National Register or need further training. You will be signposted to the next appropriate step for your circumstances and this will have a further cost.
You will revise:
- the importance of accurate verified spirometry equipment
- the TOP TEN TIPS to assess the acceptability of a trace
- apply the evidence based approach to interpretation
- understand the application and assessment process for getting onto the ARTP register.
Our courses are removed from the website at least two days before the start date, so that students have all necessary information for their studies when they begin. Many of our courses fill quickly and are removed once all places are sold so we advise early booking to avoid disappointment.
Assessment Method: At the end of the workshop you will be able to decide whether you feel ready to apply to the ARTP for assessment and entry onto the National Register or need further training. You will be signposted to the next appropriate step for your circumstances and this will have a further cost.
Study Method: Interactive study day
Duration: One day
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