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WELCOME TO BERLIN-CHEMIE ONLINE ACADEMY

Discover our training offer including Live Webinars, On-Demand-Webinars and additional Service Materials. With the Berlin-Chemie Online Academy we want to offer interdisciplinary scientific education, helpful services and a broad range of effective treatment options in Primary & Specialty Care.

Using the offer is only possible for registered users. The registration is easy to handle and free of cost.

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UPCOMING LIVE WEBINARS

ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

  • Respiratory

    Navigation in the world of triple therapies in COPD Recording of the Live Webinar on 26th Oct 2022

    • Single-inhaled triple therapies: the way to give your patients more in COPD (new pieces of evidence)
      Prof. Dr. med. Claus Franz Vogelmeier (Germany)
      Director, Head of the Clinic for Internal Medicine with a focus on pneumology
      Department of Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, University of Marburg
    • Q&A interactive session
  • Respiratory

    ERS 2022: Key Takeaways on COPD Management Recording of the Live Webinar on 29th Sep 2022

    • Optimizing Symptom Control:
      Key Learnings from ERS Congress 2022

      Prof. Konstantinos Kostikas (Greece)
      Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the University of Ioannina, Head of the Respiratory Medicine Department at the University Hospital of Ioannina, Greece
    • Managing Exacerbations:
      Novel Insights we can use in practice

      Prof. Dave Singh (UK)
      Professor of clinical pharmacology & respiratory medicine, Medical director of the Medicines Evaluation Unit, at the University of Manchester, UK
    • Q&A interactive session
  • Respiratory

    SEVERE ASTHMA INTERNATIONAL FORUM Recording of the Live Webinar on 21st Sep 2022

    • Welcome and introduction
      Where are we heading with biological therapy for asthma –
      SEA patient’s journey from diagnosis to prescription of biologics

      Chairman Prof. Ian Pavord (United Kingdom)
      Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the University of Oxford and Honorary Consultant Physician at the Oxford University Hospitals
    • The Lithuanian experience:
      How is SEA diagnosed in the country?

      Prof. Kęstutis Malakauskas (Lithuania)
      Department of Pulmonology, Hospital of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Kauno Klinikos
    • The Bulgarian experience:
      How is SEA diagnosed in the country?

      Dr. Denislava Nedeva (Bulgaria)
      Assistant Professor, Allergy Clinic at UMBAL Alexandrovska
    • The Slovakian experience: Challenges and barriers in the treatment with biologics
      Prof. Miloš Jeseňák (Slovakia)
      Professor of Pediatrics at the Comenius University in Bratislava, Jessenius Faculty of Medicine,
      Department of Pulmonology and Phthisiology, Department of Pediatrics, Department of Clinical Immunology and Allergology, University Hospital in Martin, Slovakia
    • The Hungarian experience:
      Selecting a biologic for biologic-naive patients

      Prof. Dr. Lilla Tamasi DSc (Hungary)
      Doctor of The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, University professor, Deputy Director of the Pulmonology Clinic Semmelweis University, Health Care, Pulmonology Clinic
    • 5-minute Q&A interactive session after every presentation
    • 15 minute break
    • The Latvian experience: OCS sparing
      Dr. Iveta Kroiča (Latvia)
      Pulmonology specialist in the Differential Diagnosis of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases Department at Riga East University Hospital
    • The Estonian experience:
      How to monitor patients’ long-term adherence

      Dr. Svetlana Sergejeva (Estonia)
      Senior respiratory physician at The North Estonia Medical Centre, Tallinn
    • The Slovenian experience:
      Switching biologics, e.g. omalizumab

      Assist. Dr. Peter Kopač (Slovenia)
      Internal medicine, allergology, clinical immunology (adults) specialist at the University Clinic of Pulmonary and Allergic Diseases Golnik
    • The Croatian experience: Regulatory role of eosinophils
      Prim. mr. sc. Zarko Vrbica (Croatia)
      Pulmonologist at Dubrovnik General Hospital
    • 5-minute Q&A interactive session after every presentation
    • 30 minutes discussion