This public lecture will be presented by Professor Anne Holland, Professor of Physiotherapy and Head of Respiratory Research at Alfred Health and Monash University’s Central Clinical School. Professor Holland will outline the ways in which consumer experiences (good and bad) have prompted development of new interventions, given rise to clinical trials and changed clinical practice, and will highlight new opportunities to address the research priorities of people living with chronic lung disease. Register here.
Webinar and question and answer session presented by Lung Foundation Australia.
Technology has changed our day-to-day lives in many ways. Now, more than ever we are connecting in with others and accessing services and medical care through technology. In this webinar we will explore how technology plays an important role in the self-management of your lung condition, and include an insight into the Interstitial Lung Disease app.
Speakers Dr Laura Glenn and Professor Anne Holland
Dr Kaj Blokland, introduced by Prof Janette Burgess from The Netherlands
"The ECM as a driver of fibroblast senescence and disrupted epithelial repair in IPF"
If interested to attend, please contact Kate Christian firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately the CREATE Researcher Development weekend - for mentors and mentees - has been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions. We plan to hold this event during 2022.
Contact Kate Christian on email@example.com with any enquiries.
TSANZ will now be held as a virtual meeting
Registrations are open. See the event website here.
Abstracts are invited now, closing date November 5.
Will be a fully virtual event: https://www.ersnet.org/congress-and-events/congress/
Date: Postponed to 2022