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Teresa Demetriou RN Asthma & Respiratory Foundation NZ
Teresa Demetriou RN Asthma NZ
Teresa is a registered nurse with many years’ experience working in primary health and is Head of Education and Research at the Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ which is an NGO charitable organisation and is New Zealand’s leading authority on asthma and respiratory diseases.
Teresa is responsible for the education and research portfolio, which includes educating on respiratory conditions and providing professional development and training programmes for health professionals. Recently Teresa worked with a panel of experts in the development of the Adult Asthma Guidelines and was co-author of the Child & Adolescent Asthma Guidelines. She sits on the Scientific Advisory Board for the Foundation and has input into the strategic direction of respiratory health in NZ. Teresa champions the dissemination of evidence based information, resources, knowledge and skills.
Teresa is currently a trustee on the board of the charity PSYLO (Porirua Sing Your Lungs Out)