Asthma Control in 2020 | COPD Management in 2020

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Discuss asthma control in 2020, COPD management in 2020 and also demonstrate correct inhaler techniques regarding inhalers frequently used for COPD & asthma patients.

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Description

Objectifs d'apprentissage

LES PLACES SONT LIMITÉES

At the end of this conference, participants will be able to :

Asthma Control in 2020
1. Identify key elements of the current state of asthma control in Canada and recognize the clinical repercussions of poor control;
2. Cite and apply the GINA recommendations and integrate this information into our clinical practice to optimise asthma control including preventing and limiting the severity of asthma exacerbations;
3. Compare the efficacy and safety profile of the different ICS molecules and apply this information in clinical practice;
4. Demonstrate correct inhaler techniques for all the different inhalers used in the treatment of asthma and identify the errors most frequently made by patients.

COPD Management in 2020
1. Cite and apply the latest COPD guidelines and recommendations during the COVID-19 pandemic;
2. Identify the concept of phenotyping COPD patients in order to develop a personalized treatment strategy and prevent exacerbations in the « new normal »;
3. Recognize similarities and differences between all classes of inhaled medications for the treatment of COPD in order to guide treatment.

Demonstrate correct inhaler techniques regarding inhalers frequently used for COPD & Asthma patients
1. Demonstrate correct inhaler techniques for the inhalers frequently used in the treatment of COPD and Asthma in order to identify the errors most frequently made by patients.

Conférenciers

Président de séance : Dr Jonathan Singerman. Conférences données par les Drs Maxime Cormier,  Marcel Baltzan et Mme Catia Mosca.

Horaire

De 18 h 15 à 18 h 20, Accueil
De 18 h 20 à 19 h 30, Conférence
De 19 h 30 à 19 h 35, Pause
De 19 h 35 à 20 h 45, Atelier
De 20 h 45 à 20 h 50, Pause
De 20 h 50 à 21 h 30, Conférence

Questions

Pour toute question, merci de contacter Yannick Perron, GSK Canada, au 438 886-1849 ou yannick.r.perron@gsk.com.

Reconnaissance des activités éducatives

L’Association des médecins omnipraticiens de Montréal, sous l’agrément parapluie de la FMOQ, reconnaît 3.00 heures de crédits de catégorie 1 aux participants à cette activité. Numéro FMOQ pour récupérer votre attestation : 75160.

Formation subventionnée

Cette activité bénéficie d’une subvention à visée éducative de GSK Canada Inc.

Event Details

Jour 1: 2020/11/11

Start time: 18:15 EDT

End time: 21:30 EDT

Email: yannick.r.perron@gsk.com