Lecture Overview

Pneumonia is a complicated condition characterised by several red flags, many of which are well known but some of which are more subtle. This comprehensive presentation will cover all the essential information that you as a health professional need to care for someone experiencing this sometimes life-threatening condition. Learn about the pathophysiology, how to spot issues on a chest x-ray, and common treatments. A well-rounded refresher for all health professionals.


John Serginson

John Serginson has been a Nurse Practitioner: respiratory care at the Caboolture Hospital since 2010. He completed his Nurse Practitioner master's degree at the University of Queensland (UQ) with clinical training at The Prince Charles Hospital. He is an adjunct lecturer in the UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery. With 29 years’ experience as a nurse (16 in respiratory care), his research interests include domiciliary oxygen, inhaled therapy, and COPD models of care.




11 Total Rating(s)

Was helpful information

Zoe hanna
14 Oct 2018

Great lecture, succinctly delivered.

Felix Adegaye
22 Sep 2018

The educator was interesting and spoke well

Wendy Boehringer
05 Sep 2018

very easy to listen to and understand

Liz Flack
03 Sep 2018

Good information

Peter Thompson
17 Aug 2018

Well presented

Michelle Cole
15 Aug 2018

Very good

Wadzana Nollie HWATA
25 Jul 2018

good hearing from other lecturers

Frances Mead
23 Jul 2018

Very informative and a wonderful refresher. It would be good if the slides could be up for a little longer.

Susan Mitchell
18 Jul 2018

Very interesting information

Melissa kendon
14 Jul 2018

Very informative and engaging presentation.

Ruth Spencer
11 Jul 2018

Fast paced and thorough. I enjoyed this lecture.

Debbie Danieluk
11 Jul 2018

This video is easy to undersatand and very informative.

Luz Biasion
10 Jul 2018

Very helpful for aged care nurses- for identifying deterioration which can sometimes be rather insidious in this population. I didn't know about heart attacks and strokes going up in the month following pneumonia. Interesting fact!

Vanessa Muir
08 Jul 2018