Agenda


Friday 21 June 2019

18:30-19:00 Registration

19:00-19:10 Chair’s introduction
Dr Rob Niven, University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust

19:10-19:40 Asthma control after bariatric surgery
Dr Gert-Jan Braunstahl, Franciscus Vlietland, Rotterdam

19:40-20:10 Debate: Asthma management in primary care; is it a success?
FOR: Dr Vinty McGovern, Bangor Health Centre, Belfast
AGAINST: Dr David Jackson, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Chair: Dr Rob Niven

20:10-21:30 Dinner

Saturday 22 June 2019

08:00-08:30 Registration

08:30-08:40 Session Chair's introduction
Dr Adel Mansur, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham

08:40-09:10 The Melbourne thunderstorm asthma event
Prof Mark Hew, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne

Session 1: Important treatable traits in Severe Asthma

09:10-09:30 Clinical psychology
Ms Amanda Crossan, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

09:30-09:50 Nasal disease
Mr Hesham Saleh, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

09:50-10:10 Tracheomalacia
Dr James Hull, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

10:10-10:40 Tea and Coffee Break

Session 2: Biologic challenges in Severe Asthma

10:40-10:45 Session Chair's introduction
Dr Katie Pink, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

10:45-11:25 The non-responders on first biologic treatment – where next?
Dr Rob Niven

11:25-11:55 Exacerbations in patients treated with biologics
Dr Rahul Shrimanker, Oxford University Hospitals

11:55-12:20 Adrenal suppression
Dr Mark Gurnell, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge

12:20-12:45 Effective transitioning from paediatric to adult care
Dr Louise Fleming, Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, London

Session 3: Complex questions from the multidisciplinary team

12:45-13:00 Question time development
Facilitated by Prof Liam Heaney, Queen’s University Belfast

13:00-13:55 Lunch

13:55-14:00 Session Chair's introduction
Prof Liam Heaney

14:00-14:45 Question time: Complex questions from the multidisciplinary team
Ms Katie Borg, The University of Oxford
Ms Amanda Crossan
Ms Lynn Elsey, University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust
TBC

Session 4: Improving outcomes in Severe Asthma

14:45-15:30 Dragon’s den: If we had £50 million to improve asthma care, what should we invest in?
Dragon: TBC
Dragon: Dr Stephen Fowler, The University of Manchester
Dragon: Dr Adel Mansur
Chair: Prof Andrew Menzies-Gow, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, London

14:45-15:30 Connected inhaler platform
Dr Sherif Gonem, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

14:45-15:30 Data platform connecting health systems
Dr Nawar Bakerly, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

14:45-15:30 Breathomics to direct asthma management
Prof Salman Siddiqui, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

15:30-16:00 Therapies on the horizon: 2019 update
Prof Christopher Brightling, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

16:00-16:10 Chair's summary and close
Dr Rob Niven