Health Sciences North Pulmonary Education Series.
The Health Sciences North Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program, in partnership with the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN), is offering patient education series. These sessions are designed to teach people about pulmonary disease and how to manage their condition. These education sessions will be delivered by the HSN Pulmonary Rehabilitation multidisciplinary team: including Registered Dietician, Kinesiologist, Respiratory Therapist and Physiotherapist.
Education topics include: how your lungs work, medications/inhaler technique, coughing and chest clearance, avoiding lung infections/sign of lung infections, COPD action plans, traveling with lung disease, energy conservation, breathing triggers, breathing control/managing shortness of breath, benefits of exercise and how to put together a home exercise program.
Please click on the following links to watch the presentations:
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Education
Breathing Triggers and Controls
Inhaler Device and Technique
Managing Shortness of Breath
Coughing Techniques and Airway Clearance Devices
Travelling with Lung Disease
Travelling with Oxygen
Nutrition for Lung Health
Advance Care Planning
Signs and Prevention of a COPD Exacerbation
Exercise and COPD
COPD and Breathing Triggers
COPD and Lung Anatomy
Asthma Control: Symptoms, Peak Flow, Action Plans
Lung Anatomy and Asthma
Thoracic Surgery Education
Pre-operative Thoracic Surgery Education