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Another in the series of Webinars which is brought to you by the European Respiratory ChILDEU CRC and European Cooperation in Science & Technology (COST). These events are hosted by the University of Edinburgh. Each webinar will feature an expert speaker presenting on a particular topic related to Children's Interstitial Lung Disease, there will be the opportunity for questions.

Speaker: Dr Marco Zampoli

Paediatric Pulmonology

Department of Paediatrics and Child Health

University of Cape Town

Please see joining instructions below.

A Personal Development certificate of attendance will be provided, upon request, after the event.

Joining Instructions

Accessing the session

The link below provides access to the Collaborate Ultra virtual room for this session. Access the link via your browser (Google Chrome is recommended).

Please log in using your first and last name. No password is required:



The event will begin at 16.00 UK time 17.00 CET on 17 February 2020

Please log in around 15 minutes early to make sure that everything is working OK.

Preparation - Before the event

To avoid feedback problems you might want to use a headset

Familiarize yourself with Collaborate interface and features. Make sure you know how to send text chat messages and be able to raise and lower your hand to make a comment or ask a question.

An online Orientation and a Participant Guide with information on all the features of Collaborate is available from Blackboard Help:


During the session

During the presentation we will mute all participants.

If you wish to ask a question click on the purple arrow at the bottom right of your screen this opens Collaborate panel and allows you to use the chat option to ask questions or make comments:

Raise your hand if you want to ask a question or make a comment

Type a question in "Text Chat area"

Lower your hand when your question is answered or you have made your comment

To leave the session

Click on the browser’s close button or the 'Leave Session' icon

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