Management of severe asthma with Professor Frank Thien
Registrations are now open for our next Future Health webinar series, highlighting exciting development in the management of severe asthma by Professor Frank Thien, Director of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine at Eastern Health.
Australia has one of the highest rates of asthma in the world, with thousands waking up every morning with little hope of controlling it.
Professor Thien and his team are excited to be developing innovative approaches to understand why severe asthma occurs, improve diagnosis and management and inform the use of new therapies.
This is a fully virtual event. It can be streamed directly to your computer, tablet or mobile.
To attend this webinar please register online.
Date: 28 January 2021
Time: 2.00pm to 2.30pm
Location: Zoom - book here
RSVP: RSVPs close on 27 January at 5.00pm
We encourage you to RSVP as soon as you can as we expect this to be a very popular event, with a limited number of people allowed in the virtual room.
Professor Frank Thien is Director of the Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine.
His work commitments include providing clinical service, undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and clinical research.
His research interests are in severe asthma, thunderstorm asthma and other airway and lung diseases.
He has co-authored over 165 published scientific papers.
A new era in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes with Professor Chris Gilfillan
This webinar was hosted by Professor Chris Gilfillan, Director Eastern Health Endocrinology and Diabetes Service, on 27 November 2020.
The Endocrinology and Diabetes Service at Eastern Health comprises a multidisciplinary team of endocrinologists, diabetes nurse educators, podiatrists and dieticians who bring expertise and excellent, compassionate care to our patients. Over 50,000 patients each year benefit from the service.
In this webinar, Professor Gilfillan highlights exciting research advances that have the potential to transform diabetes care.
For further information, please telephone 03 9895 4869.
You can make a donation to transform diabetes care today.