TSANZ Webinar Series: Ventilator Support at Home for Children with Dr Jasneek Chawla
Event Date: Thursday 21st October
Date: Thursday 21st October
Time: 12-1pm AEDT
Topic: TSANZ/ASA Position Paper on Ventilatory Support at Home for Children: An Update
This webinar will discuss the recently published joint position paper from TSANZ/ASA on ventilatory support at home for children. The original consensus statement from the TSANZ Australasian Paediatric Respiratory Group in 2008 has been revised by a working group comprising of paediatric respiratory and sleep medicine physicians with experience in home ventilation from across Australia and New Zealand. This webinar will provide an update for the audience on this topic, highlighting the key changes within the document and providing the opportunity to pose questions to members of the working group.
Dr Jasneek Chawla is a Paediatric Respiratory and Sleep Medicine Specialist at the Queensland Children’s Hospital, Brisbane and Senior Lecturer with the Children’s Hospital Queensland-Clinical Unit, University of Queensland. Dr Chawla is actively involved in clinical research and was awarded a Queensland Advancing Clinical Research Fellowship for 2020, towards her PhD, evaluating the impact of sleep interventions on outcomes in children with Down syndrome. Her areas of interest include sleep and ventilation in children with disability, the relationship between sleep and long-term cognitive and behavioural outcomes in children and the development of additional tools for the diagnosis and management of paediatric sleep disordered breathing. Dr Chawla is deputy chair of the Australasian Sleep Association Scientific Conference Organising Committee and a member of the ASA GP Education Sub-Committee and Paediatric Council. She was recently appointed to the executive board of the International Paediatric Sleep Association. Dr Chawla is the lead author on the recently revised TSANZ/ASA Position Paper on Ventilatory Support at Home for Children.
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