PDW2 Spirometry training programme: become a programme organiser

Professional development workshop
Chairs: F. Burgos Rincon (Barcelona, Spain)
Aims:

to provide participants with the knowledge and tools required to deliver high-quality spirometry training. This session is specifically targeted at people who would like to run an ERS Spirometry Training Programme in their country.

NEW: This session is now divided into two parts. Participants who wish to be certified as a spirometry trainer must attend the morning session entitled "Teaching, learning and assessments: key principles"
, and the afternoon session dedicated to spirometry.

Welcome and ice-breaker

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Organising an ERS Spirometry Training Programme (overview)
F. Burgos Rincon (Barcelona, Spain)
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Programme director: role and responsabilities (attend train-the-trainer courses, recruit and train faculty members, evaluate application forms, liaise with the ERS office, etc.)
M. Franczuk (Warszawa, Poland)
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Teaching and learning (teacher/student ratios and learning styles)
J. Lloyd (Birmingham (West Midlands), United Kingdom)
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Assessment: role play and spirometry (multiple choice questions, online portfolio and practical assessment)
J. Lloyd (Birmingham (West Midlands), United Kingdom), F. Burgos Rincon (Barcelona, Spain), J. Makonga-Braaksma (Woudenberg, Netherlands)
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Final comments and questions
F. Burgos Rincon (Barcelona, Spain), J. Makonga-Braaksma (Woudenberg, Netherlands)
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