With the upcoming Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) Solutions Eligibility deadline of September 29, a virtual information session to answer additional questions about the funding opportunity, focus area (lung health), and partnerships, not covered in the main information session, will be held on Thursday, September 8, 12:00pm CST.
Our success is because of the ongoing support of you – our community of donors, volunteers, health care professionals, researchers and of course those at the heart of our cause - people on their lung health journey.
We are so grateful for the funders and partners that are crucial to the success of our Youth4Change program. In 2022, we are working with Carry the Kettle Nakoda Nation and Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation!
Although asthma can be common in both children and adults, differences do exist. Presenter Dr. Connie Yang will discuss the differences that exist in the diagnosis and management of pediatric vs adult asthma.
Every year there is a period of time when influenza spreads in our communities and causes disease and outbreaks. Join presenter Paraag Trivedi as he reviews the burden of influenza and addresses the importance of vaccination.
You are invited to the final webinar in the Indigenous Care in Lung Health webinar series. Join presenter Dr. Sarah Oosman for this presentation titled Taking Action Towards Health Equity and Anti-racism in Health Care Practice.
Severe asthma accounts for approximately 5 to 10% of those with asthma and refers to individuals who despite best efforts to manage, continue to have severe symptoms and asthma that remains uncontrolled. Join presenter Dr. Brianne Philipenko as she discusses a step by step approach to optimizing management and identifying those patients who may benefit from biologic therapy.
To honour lung month, the health care providers that work with people living with lung disease, the members in all of our support group spaces, as well as anyone caring for or living with lung disease, Linda Boryski is excited to provide a special PhysioYoga session focused on healing and balance.
COPD affects approximately 3 million Canadians, including 1.5 million Canadians who say they currently suffer from this disease and another 1.5 million undiagnosed Canadians. This makes COPD Canada's fourth leading cause of death. Join presenter Dr. Mohit Bhutani for this presentation on current management strategies for COPD.