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How to prepare for your next appointment with your doctor or nurse

Using the PATH to good communication could help you get the most from your next appointment with your doctor or nurse.

  • Prepare. Decide what you want to talk about before your appointment. What is important to you? You may want to write down any questions or concerns.
  • Ask. Do not forget to bring your concerns or questions with you. Don’t be afraid to ask your doctor or nurse for clarification on things they’ve already told you.
  • Take Notes. During your appointment, it may be worthwhile writing down some of the answers, as it can be useful to refer back to.
  • Honesty. Your doctor or nurses are there to help and support you. Sharing your questions and concerns may help your treatment and condition.

Find support groups

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COPD Support Ireland is a charity that supports people living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). We are Ireland’s only national COPD support and advocacy body, bringing together local support groups from around the country, to help those living with, and caring for someone with, COPD. We were founded in 2013 by patients working with the support of the Irish Thoracic Society, COPD National Clinical Programme, and health care professionals.

HSE Quit support 1800 201 203

Self-monitoring your condition

The COPD Assessment Test or CAT is a self-evaluation questionnaire for people with COPD and is designed to measure the impact of COPD on a person’s life, and how this changes over time with repeated tests.[1]

References:

  1. http://www.catestonline.org/ Date of access: January 2016

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