Lung Foundation Australia has developed a range of resources and websites to assist in the management of Lung Disease.
Lung Foundation Australia has developed a range of clinical resources that support general practice in the diagnosis and management of COPD.
Lung Foundation Australia has produced a range of resources to support existing programs and to facilitate the establishment of further pulmonary rehabilitation programs.
Lung Foundation Australia has developed guidelines for health professionals.
Lungs in Action is a safe, enjoyable, low cost exercise maintenance program in the community for people who have completed a pulmonary rehabilitation program.
Lung Foundation Australia has developed an interactive training program for primary care nurses.
Lung Foundation Australia has developed a range of resources to support targeted COPD case-finding using COPD screening devices.
The Kylie Johnston Lung Cancer Network (KJLCN) is the patient/carer initiative of Lung Foundation Australia, and aims to empower lung cancer patients, their families and carers with reliable and up to date information, with support and advocacy, no matter who they are and where they live.
To access a range of lung cancer patient resources and services, please go to www.kjlcn.org.au
The KJLCN website has developed an On-line Resource Directory provides lung cancer patients, their families and carers with a comprehensive range of direct links to reliable information and resources available from Australian cancer organisations as well as several international lung cancer organisations. These resources include booklets, fact sheets, webpages and videos.
If you or someone you love has lung cancer, the material available in this directory will help your understanding and allow you to make sense of what is happening.
This material compliments the Lung Cancer, Understanding, Managing, Living DVD, which is available here.