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Oxford Brookes – Conference on Dyspnea (breathlessness) and Infographics competition – July 2022

May 10, 2022

Conference logoThe Dyspnea Society’s 6th international scientific meeting is being hosted by: Oxford Brookes University in Oxford, England UK on 13 – 15 July 2022.

The conference is focused on dyspnea (breathlessness).  Currently there are two themed sections with invited speakers and two keynote speakers.

Day 1 on 14 July 2022

Keynote speaker: Professor Havi Carel, University of Bristol. University link for Havi and Twitter handle: @HaviCarel

Theme 1: Interventions and healthcare perspectives

  • Professor DorAnne Donesky, , PhD, ANP-BC, ACHPN
  • Professor Marie Williams PhD, Grad Cert (Cardioresp Physio), B.App.Sc (Physio), University of South Australia. University link for Marie and Twitter handle: @OHHMarieT
  • Dr Helen Ward, Consultant Respiratory Physician; Chair of the Long Term Plan Managing Chronic Breathlessness workstream
  • Dr Rachael Evans,  Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Respiratory Physician, NIHR Clinician Scientist. Twitter handle: @REvans_Breathe
  • Dr Anna Spathis, Assistant Professor in Palliative Care, University of Cambridge; Honorary Consultant in Palliative Medicine, Cambridge Breathlessness Intervention Service, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Day 2 on 15 July 2022

Keynote speaker: Professor Omer Van den Bergh, KU Leuven. University link for Omer

Theme 2: Mechanisms Highlights

Conference website:   www.brookes.ac.uk/dyspnea-2022

Conference registration: Registration link , £275 until 4 June, then £300

Abstract submission: Abstract submission link open until 7 June

Infographic competition information: https://sites.google.com/brookes.ac.uk/dyspnea-2022/infographics-competition this is led by Marie Williams, speaker on day 1

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