Journal Club

Journal Club

The ATS Assembly on Pulmonary Rehabilitation announces the next edition of its Journal Club, on Wednesday 30th September at 12:00PM EDT, on the effects of a video intervention on posthospitalization pulmonary rehabilitation uptake.

Dr. Henrik Hansen (Research Physiotherapist, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Denmark) will present the paper entitled ‘The Effects of a Video Intervention on Posthospitalization Pulmonary Rehabilitation Uptake: A Randomized Controlled Trial’.  This paper was published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine by Ruth Barker et al.

We will be joined by one of the authors of the paper, Ms. Ruth Barker (Research Physiotherapist, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospital, UK). Dr. Frances Early (Applied Health Research Lead, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK) and Dr. Linzy Houchen-Wolloff (Senior Research Associate, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, UK and member of the ATS PR Assembly Planning & Web Committees) experts in our field, will serve as online discussion panelists.  The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Alex Jenkins (Respiratory Research Officer, University of Nottingham, UK).

The web-based platform allows for a live and interactive Journal Club with real-time discussion both online and via telephone. Please use a landline phone or VoIP for the call.

You will need to register for the webinar in order to participate in the Journal Club.  Registration is free. To reserve your Webinar seat today please click here.

It is a pleasure to invite you to participate with this session and look forward to a stimulating discussion.

Please contact Alex Jenkins (alex.jenkins@nottingham.ac.uk), with any suggestions or questions.

Dr. Alex Jenkins
Web Committee, ATS Assembly of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Dr. Claire Nolan
Web Director, ATS Assembly of Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Professor Anne Holland, PhD,
Chair, ATS Assembly of Pulmonary Rehabilitatio




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