In the last decade, much has been done in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of obstructive and restrictive lung diseases. However, prevalence and burden continue increasing and challenging health and social systems. The question that should be studied is: Why is this happening, if we have better guidelines, better pharmacologic options, and more attention has been given by health professionals and society to these issues?
We recognise the continued need for more engaged and active patients in the control of health conditions, requiring better support for the patients to develop self-management skills. Clearly defined content to be integrated into self-management programmes is known, but the actual field intervention faces many challenges.
Allied health professionals have a key role in the integration of pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment in the day-to-day life of the patients. Supporting patient behaviour change is one of the biggest challenges faced by health professionals. Evidence remains lacking in defining recommendations for implementing self-management programs. Therefore, we must summarise the state of the art, clarify concepts, discuss field experiences, with the objective of establishing networks of identified needs for multicentre research in self-management.
- Define the concept of self-care
- Analyse the theoretical background of self-care
- Identify the main challenges to the implementation of self-care/self-management programmes
- Understand features of self-management
- Importance of address physical and psychological elements
- Define the concept of motivational interviewing
- Define the influencing factors and eligible patients
- Defining challenges and potential pitfalls
- Implementation of effective strategies in the motivation of patients
- Introduction by the chairs
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Patient experience
- Self-care in respiratory patients: theoretical framework
- Importance of addressing physical and psychological elements
- Teaching a patient to use motivational interviewing on themselves as a form of self-management
Following the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Describe the concept of self-management
- List the state of the art in self-management
- Identify the main challenges to the implementation of self-management programmes
This webinar is accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP), 1 CME credit per 1-hour attendance. The CME credit will be granted upon attendance during the LIVE webinar only (attendance of at least 60 minutes is required).
What is a webinar?
The webinar closely simulates a lecture-based teaching experience. The speaker can interact with the audience, just as in a classroom setting.
This webinar comprises of a 40-minute lecture followed by a 20-minute question-and-answer sessions. During the webinar you will be asked to share your opinion on issues related to the topic using interactive polls.
All participants will be able to hear the lecturer and see the slides throughout the presentation. As a participant you will be able to pose questions or discuss ideas with the other participants via the text chat facility and the speaker will respond to the questions via the microphone.
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Diseases / methods
- Airway diseases
- Interstitial lung diseases
- Thoracic oncology
- Paediatric respiratory diseases
- Respiratory nurses
- Respiratory therapist
- Respiratory physiotherapist
- Medical technical assistant
- Adult pulmonologist/Clinician
- Clinical researcher
- General practitioner
- Medical student
- Respiratory critical care physician
- Physician in pulmonary training