Interstitial Lung Diseases
The ILD INN, the place where ILD professionals meet to share their knowledge and experience, to promote the advancement of ILD healthcare.
Annual Conference 2018
October saw in excess of 150 delegates from the UK, Ireland, Germany and Netherlands meet in Birmingham at the third ILD – Interdisciplinary Network Annual Conference. The Network would like to thank all that travelled to the event, the charities, corporate partners and exhibitors for helping to make it a success. We would also like to give a special thanks to our speakers for giving their time and creating what was a varied and challenging programme. Not to be forgotten a special thank you to Dr Felix Woodhead who gave an interesting and highly entertaining presentation at the dinner.
Presentations from the event will be available in the members only section of the website. Please keep checking back in the meantime all the photos are display in the Gallery pageRead more
Introduction to the ILD Interdisciplinary Network
The ILD Interdisciplinary Network (ILD-INN) aims to provide a supportive network for health professionals of all disciplines working in interstitial lung diseases. ILD -INNs purpose is to provide support, promote ILD specialty practice through education and professional development and to influence the policy of ILD care.
What are the aims of the ILD-INN?
We provide a supportive network for all ILD network members, encourage information sharing, and promote best practice and research collaboration.
The ILD-INN encourages information sharing, and provides learning resources and materials, with the aim of improvement and development of staff within ILD care.
Through peer support and education we aim to use this influence to raise the standard and provision of ILD care.
Good opportunity for Nurses working within Respiratory to learn about IPF and the current management and treatment of the disease. The study day will be chaired by Sarah Lines who is an ILD Specialist Nurse in the South West Peninsula Service in Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
- Jane Scullion
- Geraldine Burge
- Jacqueline Piggott
- Prof. Anna Murphy