"PULMONARY FIBROSIS PATIENT SUPPORT DAY"


July 13, 2013
Nottingham, England
Sponsored by the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation and the British Association for Lung Research

The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation and the British Association for Lung Research (BALR) sponsored a special "Pulmonary Fibrosis Patient Support Day" following the BALR Summer Meeting 2013 in Nottingham, England. The patient education event focused on living with pulmonary fibrosis and included reviews of clinical trials, treatment options, disease management, and an update on the NICE guidelines. The event was supported by Boehringer Ingelheim and the Friends of the Center for ILDs at University of Washington Medical Center.


Dr. Ben Hope-Gill – Cardiff
Interstitial Lung Disease: Why It is So Difficult


Dr. Gisli Jenkins – Nottingham
IPF: What is It? Why it Occurs?


Geraldine Burge/Professor Sherwood Burge – Birmingham
IPF Guidelines Update – National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Update on the Recommended Guidelines


Manjiry Tamhane
Caring for an IPF Patient


Annette Duck – Manchester
Hoping for the Best, Planning for the Worst


Dr. Michael Gibbons – Exeter
Update on Therapeutic Options


Dr. Helen Parfrey – Cambridge
Review and Update on Clinical Trials in IPF


Malcolm Weallans
Pulmonary Fibrosis Trust


Dr. Sara Booth – Cambridge
Self Management of Breathlessness


Mike Bray – Cambridge
Launch of Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis


Dr. Gauri Saini – Nottingham
Management of Cough


Dr. Nazia Chaudhuri – Sheffield
Lung Transplantation for IPF

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