This course is particularly suitable for physiotherapists who encounter patients with a broad range of breathing problem in both the acute care (but NOT critical care) and community setting. This course introduces the “Problem Solving Approach” to contemporary cardiopulmonary physiotherapy practice. It is a simple framework that helps clinical reasoning, and guide patient management and outcomes through evaluation of clinical features and potential pathophysiological basis. This course aims to provide both physiological and scientific evidence to support, or otherwise, the commonly used respiratory care modalities in local setting. This is an interactive course with many case illustration and practical components.
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