Addressing Work-Related Asthma

across a variety of settings and environments.

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Work-Related Asthma Workshops

CME programs for health care providers.

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E-Module – A practical framework

the diagnosis and management of work-related asthma.

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Partners

To learn more on the Work-Related Asthma Partners.

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Resources

Industry specific resources are available on Work-Related Asthma for Workers, Managers and Health Care Providers

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Events

UPCOMING
  • May 2017 – Ontario Healthcare Housekeeping Association conference booth and workshop
  • November 2017 – OCFP Rapid Fire presentation at the Annual Scientific Assembly
PAST EVENTS
January 2017 – Respiratory Health Forum presentation, Toronto
November 2016 – OCFP accredited evening workshop in Perth, Ontario
April 2016 – Poster presentation at The Public Health Ontario Convention (TOPHC), Toronto
April 2016 – Poster presentation at Workplace Safety and Prevention Services Partners In Prevention conference, Mississauga
March 2016 – Webinar for the Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association
WEBINAR/PODCASTS
Webinar
Podcast

 

If you are interested in holding a Work-Related Asthma workshop we can link you to knowledgeable physician speakers. For more information please contact Liz McGroarty, Work-related Asthma Project Coordinator, at 416-864-9911 ext. 288 or emcgroarty@on.lung.ca

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Work-Related Asthma Provider Education Program

The Provider Education Program (PEP) is leading the Work-Related Asthma (WRA) Provider Education Program intended to provide primary care healthcare professionals with up-to-date guideline-based continuing medical education on Work-Related Asthma. Education may be through workshops and problem-based self-learning modules.

Workshop

The Provider Education Program has developed a Continuing Medical Education program on
Work-Related Asthma for Healthcare Providers.

E-Modules

Courses provided by the Provider Education Program in Diagnosis & Management of Work-Related Asthma for Healthcare Providers.

Chris Licskai, B.Sc. M. D. FRCPC
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Sharon Dell, BEng, MD, FRCPC
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Itamar E Tamari, MD, CCFP, FCFP
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Ryan Smith, MD
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Tony D'Urzo, MSC, BPHE, CCFP, FCFP
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Jennifer Olajos-Clow, RN, MSc, CAE
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Samir Gupta, MD,MSc, FRCPC
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Larry Jackson, BScPhm
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Dhenuka K. Radhakrishnan, M.D., F.R.C.P.C.
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Ann Bartlett, RN, MSc, CRE
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Anthony J Levinson, MD, FRCPC
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Diane Lougheed, MD, MSc, FRCPC
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Jennifer MacKinnon, B.Sc., RRT, CRE

Jennifer Mackinnon is a Respiratory Therapist and Certified Respiratory Educator with a background that includes twenty years working in respiratory home care. During this time she had the opportunity to lead healthcare teams and implement many respiratory health programs and services. In 2016, she joined The Lung Association’s Provider Education Program team as Curriculum Developer and is currently the Program Manager. She has a strong interest in promoting respiratory health and her interests include education, motivational interviewing, and quality improvement.

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Lana Biro, BSc, RRT, CRE

Lana Biro

Lana Biro is a Registered Respiratory Therapist and a Certified Respiratory Educator at The Lung Association – Ontario. She has a strong interest in promoting respiratory health and has been with The Lung Association for over ten years, answering calls on the provincial Lung Health Information Line, providing counselling and guidance to patients, caregivers and health-care providers on a variety of lung health issues, such as asthma, COPD, smoking cessation and air quality.

Lana is a trainer for RESPTREC®, facilitating workshops for health-care professionals on asthma, COPD, Spirometry and Education for Chronic Disease. She is also a CAMH/TEACH-trained facilitator for Motivational Interviewing workshops.

Lana has been involved with various lung health advocacy initiatives, including work with the Lung Health Ambassadors, Breathworks®/COPD newsletters and Lung Health/COPD support groups in Ontario. Lana enjoys organizing in-services and educational presentation for health care providers, as well as participating in various educational opportunities.

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Joe Reisman, MD, FRCP(C), MBA
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Andrea Stevens Lavigne, Vice President, Provincial Programs
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Gloria Alfred, Program Coordinator
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Carole Madeley, RRT, CRE, MASc
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Sylvie Bouchard , Program Administrator
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Chris Allen, MA, MB, FRCP, FRCPC
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Susan Waserman, MSc, MD, FRCPC
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Monique Forse, MD
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Gemma Styling, Program/Curriculum Developer
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Natasha Khalfan , Training Coordinator
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