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Respiratory Professional Care

Respiratory Professional Care offers a stimulating conference programme delivered by a range of respiratory experts across primary and secondary care settings.

We will have a number of hands-on courses for delegates to get to grip with the latest techniques on a number of key issues including spirometry, inhaler techniques, use of peak flows, Respiratory clinical assessment skills, Nebuliser use, and performing chest auscultation and the different lung sounds.

All of this is delivered free of charge for any healthcare professionals. 



Can you afford to miss out?

5 great reasons to attend

  • Update your core clinical skills
  • Gain 12 CPD points
  • Learn from 150+ renowned experts
  • Transform your care pathways
  • Network with like-minded people in your sector

Access to free quality hands-on training

Hands-on training

Learn from key experts from the NHS and key organisations. Ask them your burning questions in the Q&As after each session. Get to grips with the latest techniques on a number of key issues including spirometry, inhaler techniques, use of peak flow meters,
respiratory clinical assessment skills, nebuliser use, performing chest auscultation and so much more in 2022.

After spending two days of learning and attending workshops, you can qualify to gain 12 CPD-points. Have you met your CPD requirement for the year? Get a step ahead at Respiratory Professional Care.


Julie Lloyd, Chair of ARTP 


"The Association of Respiratory Technology and Physiology (ARTP) are delighted to be able to work with Respiratory Professional Care and support the education and training of healthcare staff working in the respiratory field. Healthcare scientists provide a vital role in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with lung disease and this relationship will enable our society to share the skills and knowledge of this important workforce with the wider healthcare team."