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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: Resources to Help you Care for your Pediatric Asthma Patients in the Outpatient and Emergency Room Setting
Apr 18, 2019
Resources to Help you Care for your Pediatric Asthma Patients in the Outpatient and Emergency Room Setting Wednesday, May 1, 2019 12:00pm-1:00pm PST This presentation, which is taking place on World Asthma Day, will provide an update on the new resources available for practitioners treating children with…
Dampness, mould, onset and remission of adult respiratory symptoms, asthma and rhinitis
Apr 18, 2019
Dampness and mould at home and in the workplace building can increase onset and decrease remission of respiratory symptoms, doctor diagnosed asthma and rhinitis among adults.
How Uncertain Is Our Reference Standard for Respiratory Rate Measurement?
Apr 17, 2019
RR measurement studies would benefit from an uncertainty (probabilistic) approach to the reference standard, including procedures to measure and reduce this uncertainty. Continuous RR measurements, rather than single-threshold values, should be used to assess clinical uncertainty and corrections considered for other known covariates such as core body temperature.