Teva Ireland launches Let's Talk Respiratory Website
A hub for healthcare professionals to access resources and the latest news in respiratory health
Teva Ireland has today announced the launch of www.LetsTalkRespiratory.ie, a free to access online hub of educational materials and resources, providing the latest news and updates supporting medical education in asthma, cystic fibrosis and COPD for healthcare professionals. The aim of www.LetsTalkRespiratory.ie is to support healthcare professionals to make a real difference to the lives of those living with asthma, cystic fibrosis and COPD - which affect over 881,300 people in Ireland. 01 02 03
All content is available at www.LetsTalkRespiratory.ie.
Healthcare professionals will be able to access resources that they can use with patients to help manage their conditions such as asthma and COPD patient booklets and consultation guides, self-management plans and peak flow diaries.
www.LetsTalkRespiratory.ie will also contain articles written by experts in the field, with titles such as ‘Managing COPD in Dementia’, ‘Impact of Obesity on Respiratory Diseases’ and ‘Biologic Use in Pregnancy’ providing great insight into managing patients with comorbidities or complications.
Commenting on the launch of the new hub, Dr Brian Kent, Consultant Respiratory and Sleep physician at St James’s Hospital, Dublin said, “www.LetsTalkRespiratory.ie is an incredibly valuable resource for healthcare professionals working in respiratory. With easily digestible content, healthcare professional led videos and one minute to read whitepapers, this should be a go-to resource for anyone working in this field.”
Clodagh Kevans, Specialty Medicines, Teva Ireland said “In addition to our significant respiratory manufacturing and R&D hub in Waterford, Teva is committed to providing best in-class education and support to the healthcare community that we serve."
"The www.LetsTalkRespiratory.ie hub has been developed to deliver against this objective and we hope that all healthcare professionals working in the area of respiratory health will find this a helpful and knowledgeable resource that they can use to keep up-to-date on a range of topics that will in turn support the care that they provide to people living with asthma, COPD and cystic fibrosis in Ireland."
Visit www.LetsTalkRespiratory.ie today to find out more.