RESPTREC® provides health care professionals with the highest standard of training in asthma, COPD and education. Courses are designed to help learners develop the knowledge, skills and competencies required to empower people and their caregivers to optimally manage their chronic disease.
You can also try leaving the session and rejoining. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are still having trouble or send us a chat message inside the webinar software.
CE Video issues
Some of the videos are blurry and/or the audio is bad.
Unfortunately our older videos were not recorded in high quality. More recent videos should be better.
The videos don't load at my workplace.
Our videos are hosted on YouTube and some employers block YouTube. Please try from a different location.
I didn't receive credit for a video presentation.
Below the video, make sure to click "Mark Watched" so the system knows you watched the video. If there is an associated quiz you will have to complete it, otherwise you should receive credit immediately.
If you have already completed the quiz, or marked the video watched and you cannot see the CE certificate in your logbook, please contact us at email@example.com.
I didn't receive credit for an article.
You must be logged in before clicking on an article link to get credit for it. Make sure you are logged in first, then click on the article link.
You will only get credit for reading an article once, if you click on the article again it won't be re-added to your logbook, it will be listed under the date you read it first.
The list of articles you've read show up on the right-hand side of your logbook.
An article is asking me to pay to read it.
We provide links to external academic journal articles related to respiratory medicine as a convience only. Some publishers require you to have a subscription to read their journals and unfortunately we cannot provide access to these restricted journals.
If you are working for a private healthcare business, public health authority, other government agency, or under the supervision of an MD you may be able to access journal articles through your employer.
Students from post-secondary institutions can usually access electronic journals through their institution's library, and even some public libraries have subscriptions to the major journals.
You may also attempt to contact the paper's author(s) directly, some will provide copies of their research upon request.
External link disclaimer
Links to external academic journal articles are being provided as a convenience and for topical informational purposes only. A link does not constitute an endorsement or an approval by The Lung Association of Saskatchewan, Inc.
The Lung Association of Saskatchewan, Inc is not responsible for the accuracy or content of external websites.
Please contact us if you think a link is broken or taking you to the wrong website.