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Dr Juliet M Foster
Research Psychologist exploring patients perspectives on respiratory disease and new technologies for optimizing health behavior
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NPS MedicineWise Jul 11
How can GPs minimise the cost of asthma treatments?
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 22
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 20
Congratulations to Andrea Apter for her well-deserved lifetime achievement award
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 20
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 14
We can improve the lives of people with severe asthma: 1. Uptake of clinician and patient resources 2. A commitment to optimize care for people with severe asthma 3. Greater awareness, education and action
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 8
Replying to @polumechanos
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 8
Replying to @AllergyKidsDoc
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Christian Osadnik May 7
ADFKA/ADFKCOPD: the airways diseases formerly known as asthma/COPD. Do we need disease labels when managing ?
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Severe Asthma CRE May 8
What is Severe Asthma? It is asthma that is remains uncontrolled despite treatable factors being addressed and maximal inhaled therapy being taken regularly Learn more about prevalence, burden, attacks and phenotypes :
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 7
Well done on this engaging short film on from their film contest .
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Kristin Schneider May 4
Early results from Philly's sugar sweetened beverage tax suggests that residents lowered their consumption of soda and energy drinks and increased their consumption of water
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Woolcock Institute Apr 10
Did you know that Australia has one of the lowest smoking rates in the world? How did we achieve this? Learn from the experts at our Nicotine Addiction and Smoking Cessation Course in June.
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 4
Replying to @DrCindyThamrin
My favourite: I think someone put something in the seminar cookies.
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Severe Asthma CRE May 3
Targeted treatment for severe asthma is critical. Prof. Liam Heaney discusses stratified medicine in severe asthma and the use of biomarkers to inform treatment decisions. Watch here:
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Vanessa McDonald May 4
Prof Ian Pavord on the future of airway diseases, we need: *zero tolerance to *to eliminate need for OCS *biomarker driven Rx *to explore
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 2
Great work from HeartKids: The Family Coping Program helps support families struggling to cope with the trauma of congenital heart disease
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Dr Juliet M Foster May 1
Great questions from the more than 400 health professionals around the world who attended tonight's NPS webinar on severe and difficult-to-treat asthma. If you missed it: it will be available on demand in 2 weeks time
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Asthma Council Aus Apr 15
Webinar - Difficult-to-treat & severe asthma: changing the paradigm
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Institute for Health Transformation Apr 13
How to write a first class paper from : Six experts offer advice on producing a manuscript that will get published and pull in readers
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USyd Health Sciences Apr 14
Digital Health CRC launches, targets care system savings of $1.8 billion
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