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Introduction to pulmonary function testing

Wednesday 14th April 2021, 16:30-17:30

In this webinar, Katrina Oates will provide an introduction to pulmonary function testing including a review of how the tests can be used to evaluate physiology and the presence of lung disease.

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Katrina OatesKatrina Oates

Katrina has worked at Royal Papworth since 2002 in a clinical role leading the cardiopulmonary exercise testing service. Heavily involved in education and until 2020 an associate senior lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University. Katrina has also worked with Health Education East of England as the lead for Physiological Sciences. Previously she has held the posts of Staff Governor at Royal Papworth Hospital and also Scientific Director for the East of England Strategic Health Authority..

Lavinia MageeLavinia Magee

LCNUK Committee member, Lavinia is Nurse Consultant, Thoracic Oncology, at Royal Papworth Hospital. Her oncology career started in 1997 as a clinical research nurse and database manager. As a NLCFN member she was awarded the first Research Interest Group Grant to look at the psycho-social impact of taking TKIs. In 2013 she became a committee member of the NLCFN and was involved in developing the Using Your Voice workshops and Promoting Research in Oncology Nursing project. She represents the NLCFN at the UK Lung Cancer Coalition, Lung Cancer Europe forum and is a member of LORD NCRI subgroup. Running 2 nurse-led follow up clinics per week and working within a dedicated multi-disciplinary team, it is an honour to look after patients with lung cancer and mesothelioma. The NLCFN provides an excellent way to share ideas and expertise and improve services for patients and their carers..

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