The Occupational Health Clinics of Ontario Workers and the Ontario Lung Association Provider Education Program have developed a program on Work-related Asthma (WRA) for health care providers. This program will help ensure that the diagnosis and management of work-related asthma patients in Ontario is carried out in accordance with CTS Guidelines for Occupational Asthma.
Participants will be able to:
- Screen for WRA in all working adults with new onset asthma or recent deterioration of existing asthma.
- Recognize and objectively diagnose WRA.
- Provide optimum management to better control asthma symptoms, reduce or prevent workplace exposures and, where necessary, seek support for affected patients.
This program can be tailored to your needs, and is usually a one hour program comprised of a didactic presentation delivered by specialists in the field, followed by a facilitated case discussion period. Participants have the benefit of gaining knowledge from a specialist in the field of work-related asthma and an opportunity to actively work through cases.
This workshop meets the accreditation criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been approved for 1 MAINPRO+ credit.
For more information and to book a speaker, please contact the Work-related Asthma Project Coordinator, Liz McGroarty at 416-864-9911 ext. 288 or firstname.lastname@example.org