FeNO testing in Primary Care
How to use FeNO testing to improve asthma diagnosis and management within primary care
Learn how to use FeNO testing to improve asthma diagnosis and management within primary care - practical advice and real world examples for the jobbing GP and AHP.
FeNO is a safe, fast and non-invasive measure of airway inflammation characteristically seen in asthma. It can help provide a more accurate diagnosis of asthma in adults and children/young people. With poor asthma outcomes across the UK and a misdiagnosis rate of 30%, it is essential that we reduce the amount of guesswork that we currently rely on in the care of our patients with asthma and suspected asthma.
This webinar will help bridge the gap between national guidelines and clinical practice by providing applied practical information on how to best use FeNO testing in primary care, offering case studies, real world examples, resources and access to national training.
- Challanges of diagnosing Asthma
- What is FeNO testing and why should we use it?
- How to do a FeNO test
- QOF and FeNO
- Case Studies
This webinar is delivered by National FENO experts in conjunction with Wessex Accademic Health Science Network
Thomas Brown – National FeNO clinical lead and Severe Asthma Centre lead, Portsmouth Hospital
Jacqui Simmonds - Respiratory Specialist Nurse, St Melor House Surgery
Joe Sladen, National FeNO programme Lead, AHSN Network and Associate Director, Wessex AHSN
Facilitated by Dr Camilla Janssen
|Members of Wessex LMCs||£25.00|