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UpComing Resptrec Courses February 5, 2015

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Fees

Fees include online learning components and course materials.

CCCEP: The Education, COPD and Asthma courses have been accredited by Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy. Pharmacists have been involved in development of the curricula and review of the content.

The Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy has confirmed accreditation as follows:

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Full Medical Disclaimer November 9, 2010

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Medical Disclaimer

Content on the Site is provided for educational purposes only, and is provided for use by medical professionals. It should not be used to self diagnose or self treat. It is not intended as, nor should it be, a substitute for independent professional medical care. We recommend that you consult your own physician regarding any diagnosis, imaging interpretation or course of treatment.

As content is submitted by individual users, BCRT.ca and its affiliates cannot guarantee its accuracy and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, currency or completeness of the information.

Medical practitioners must make their own independent assessment before suggesting a diagnosis or recommending or instituting a course of treatment. The Site in no way should be seen as a replacement for consultation with colleagues and /or other sources, nor as a substitute for conventional training and study.

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Outdoor Air Quality and Health and the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) October 5, 2010

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Free Course:

Outdoor air pollution plays a significant role in impacting the health of all citizens. Exposure to outdoor air pollution has been associated with adverse health outcomes, including impaired lung function, exacerbation of asthma, chronic obstructive lung disease and impacts on the cardiovascular system that may lead to hospitalization and premature death. Ambient air quality affects not only individuals with heart and breathing problems but also pregnant women, the very young and the elderly.

Beginning September 1, 2009, UBC School of Environmental Health presents an on-demand, online course on outdoor air quality and health and the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI). This course is available at no cost, made possible through funding by Health Canada. Accreditation is available to physicians, health professionals and other groups as listed below. Time commitment to individual learners is expected to be 3 to 4 hours plus time in an asynchronous discussion forum to discuss case studies and other course content with other learners and a subject matter expert. [N.B. This course will soon be available in French.]

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