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Professional Education Portal
The Lung Association in collaboration with RESPTREC® offers the Professional Education Portal as a method for respiratory educators and health care providers to enhance their professional learning with continuing education opportunities.
Read articles and watch video presentations on the most recent research, position papers and guidelines. Track your CE hours with the provided logbook.
Download or order branded resources for your workplace:
- Asthma Medications Brochure
- COPD Medications Brochure
- Delivery Device Instructions
- Delivery Device Mastery Sheets
- Inhaler Device Demonstration Videos
Recent News & Articles
For your convenience the Professional Education Portal & RESPTREC® provide links to research articles, announcements, studies and other news updates which are posted daily onto the website.
Reading these articles can be used towards recertification and continuing education.
Webinar opportunity: Redefining OCS Use in Severe Asthma: Evidence to Support Why & How we Aim for Zero
Apr 14, 2021
Presented by Dr Geoffrey Chupp, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep Medicine, Yale School of Medicine Dr. Geoffrey Chupp Biography: After graduating from Tufts University and the George Washington School of Medicine, Dr. Geoffrey Chupp completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Tufts University School of Medicine and a…
Webinar Opportunity: BC Lung Association - World Asthma Day Webinar
Apr 07, 2021
BC Lung Association is inviting patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers to join a World Asthma Day Webinar event - May 5th, 2021 10:00-11:30am PST. This webinar will provide information on the latest scientific research available for the diagnosis and treatment of asthma in both children and adults, and will also…
Trajectories of asthma and allergies from 7 years to 53 years and associations with lung function and extrapulmonary comorbidity profiles
Apr 06, 2021
Distinct longitudinal trajectories of asthma and allergic disease from childhood to 53 years are associated with different profiles of extrapulmonary comorbidities and varying risk of COPD.