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Intus to attend SATAday on October 15th!

We are excited to be a part of this years SATAday conference at the John Radcliffe Hospital on Saturday October 15th 2016!

Members of SATA are invited to attend this years annual conference to find solutions to any sleep apnoea related problems that they might have.

Discuss your concerns with specialist nurses and leading healthcare providers like us, and leave the conference feeling confident with your therapy.

This year’s morning session presentations include:

  – Manufacturers’ New Products – Sam Backway, Sleep Specialist Nurse, GWH, Swindon

  – Making surgery safe for patients with sleep apnoea – Dr Annabel Nichol – Oxford Centre for Respiratory Medicine

  – Mild Obstructive Sleep Apnoea – What is the best way to treat it? – Professor Mary Morrell, Imperial College, London

  – The World of Sleep Apnoea – an R&D Update – Prof John Stradling, Oxford University & Colleagues

  – Driving & the DVLA – Professor John Stradling, OSA Alliance

To attend this event, you must be a SATA member. If you are not yet a SATA member, find out here how you can join.

Tickets cost £20 per person. Book your place at this years event here.

Don't forget to pop by and say hello to our friendly team. We are looking forward to meeting you and helping you progress with your therapy!

 

Author: Helen Clarkson

About author: Helen Clarkson is a Sleep Specialist at Baywater Healthcare. Ms. Clarkson has worked with Baywater since 2008, working closely with patients in delivering sleep/bi-level services including sleep and respiratory, both in the home and clinic setting. This includes therapy initiation and troubleshooting support. Ms. Clarkson is responsible for delivering the Baywater Healthcare patient adherence management programme to ensure continuing patient therapy compliance. works in conjunction with NHS clinicians and procurement to deliver excellence in home and clinic-based services. She provides training on all aspects of sleep including devices and interfaces. Previously, Ms. Clarkson served as Respiratory Physiologist at Pontefract General Infirmary. Her position was Senior MTO for lung function/sleep department, and she was responsible for performing simple and complex sleep studies, sleep study analysis, CPAP initiation, therapy adherence and troubleshooting/service clinics, spirometry, lung volumes and transfer factor, reversibility, CPET, hyperventilation testing, EIA testing, skin prick testing, 6 min walk tests. She has also held roles as Respiratory Physiologist and Respiratory Technician, working closely with patients with respiratory disorders -- including ex-miners. Ms. Clarkson has a BSc (Honors) in Applied biology from University of Staffordshire. She also studied Developments in Sleep Medicine (advanced course) at St. Thomas’ Hospital, and took the Edinburgh Sleep Medicine course. She completed the BSS: Advanced sleep course and the ARTP NIV Course.

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