Aspergillosis Support Group Christmas Quiz 2013

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The December meeting of the Aspergillosis Support Group for Patients & Carers is a quiz played for the David MacIntyre Trophy. Questions are based around the information presented in the previous years meeting and other information about aspergillosis. See how you do!

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Aspergillosis Support Group Christmas Quiz 2013

  1. 1. Support Meeting for Aspergillosis Patients & Carers LED BY GRAHAM ATHERTON SUPPORTED BY NAC CENTRE MANAGER CHRIS HARRIS CHRISTMAS QUIZ 2013 NATIONAL ASPERGILLOSIS CENTRE UHSM MANCHESTER Fungal Research Trust
  2. 2. Programme  1.30 Questions  2.15 Break  2.45 Answers  3.30 End
  3. 3. Question 1 Next year the National Aspergillosis Centre will have been operating for:     4 years 5 years 6 years More?
  4. 4. Question 2 Who (Other than Prof Denning) has worked for the aspergillosis clinic longest?    Dr Newton Graham & Chris Georgina & Debbie Kennedy
  5. 5. Question 3 When was the Aspergillus Website started?    1996 1997 1998
  6. 6. Question 4 When did we start our first online support group for patients?     1996 1998 2000 2002
  7. 7. Question 5 When did we start our Yahoo! Aspergillosis Support group?     1998 2000 2002 2004
  8. 8. Question 6 Who was the first person to run the Aspergillus Website?  Graham Atherton  Adam Huffman  Emma Prebble
  9. 9. Question 7 How many people are currently in our Facebook Aspergillus Support group?     200 253 294 315
  10. 10. Question 8 In the last month, how many people have visited the (new) Aspergillus Support Website for Patients? nacpatients.org.uk     500 1400 7500 15000
  11. 11. Question 9 Our websites are available all across the world. Our main users are people in the UK and in the US but there are many more. Which is the country is our next most frequent visitor?     Canada China Australia India
  12. 12. Question 10 How many times have the recordings of our patient support meetings been viewed so far? NB there are over 50 recordings available     5000 10000 25000 50000
  13. 13. Question 11 How many pages are there in the Aspergillus Website?     5000 25000 50000 100000
  14. 14. Question 12 Deb Hawker is currently doing a series of runs over 3 months to raise money for Cancer Research and to ‘Mend Maddies Mum’. Is she going to run:     3 miles 13.5 miles 26 miles 46 miles  www.justgiving.com/Deborah-Hawker2013/  gogetfunding.com/project/mend-maddie-s-mummy
  15. 15. Question 13  Prof Denning has been on a tour of the world this year as we educate many on the importance of identifying and treating fungal infections. The countries he has visited include China, Australia, South Africa, USA and much of Europe including Turkey. How many countries has he visited in total?    13 21 35
  16. 16. Question 14 October Meeting: What was the name of Danielle Yuilles project to coordinate the involvement of patients in several aspects of research & service?    VOICE CHOICE VOIP
  17. 17. Question 15 September meeting: New consulant Eavan Muldoon has come to us from    New York San Francisco Boston
  18. 18. Question 16 August meeting: David Denning mentioned that our research using a particular tool shows that patients treated with one antifungal (itraconazole) seem to slowly get worse over time. Which tool?    MRC questionnaire QOL questionnaire Sf36 questionnaire
  19. 19. Question 17 July meeting: Julia Hamer (UHSM Directorate manager) gave us the new name of the organisation overseeing the NHS here in UHSM. What is it called?    NHS England NHS UK NHS Britain
  20. 20. Question 18 June meeting: Steve Webster gave us a talk on ‘Caring for Carers’. Which organisation does he work for?    Princess Royal Trust Carers UK Manchester Carers Centre
  21. 21. Question 19 May meeting: Alison Wearden told us that stress is a feature of all chronic conditions and has been shown to inhibit:    Wound healing Social interaction Breathlessness
  22. 22. Question 20 April meeting: Mike Bromley showed us that the development of many new drugs is now being done in smaller companies. Why?    Cheaper They are better at it Less risk for the large drug companies
  23. 23. Question 21 March meeting: Riina Richardson told us that one of the main causes of damp & mould in our homes is    Living in a colder country Living in a wet country Dust & condensation
  24. 24. Question 22 February meeting: Khaled Al-shair told us that those of us with respiratory infections can help ourselves by exercising regularly. It is helpful to do at least:    Gentle Walking 5 - 10 min Walking 20 min Gentle jogging 5 min
  25. 25. Question 23 January meeting: Debbie Kennedy told us that common side effects of itraconazole are:    Dizzyness, thirst Photosensitivity Gastro-intestinal upset, rash, headache
  26. 26. Question 24 Creative Writing: Caroline Hawkridge. This year we wrote a poem called ‘Hope is…’ that was read by Rupert Everett at the launch of the Global Action Fund for Fungal Infections (GAFFI www.gaffi.org). What was the initial inspiration for the name?    Hope hospital, Manchester The name of the daughter of one of our doctors To try give everyone encouragement
  27. 27. Question 25 Awareness. We have hosted a few projects this year that have involved poetry and been very successful. One (at the Manchester Literature Festival) was described as a ‘remarkable event’ by professional reviewer Chris Ogden. What was it called?    Opening the doors Opening the windows Opening our lungs
  28. 28. Answers Ready?
  29. 29. Question 1 Next year the National Aspergillosis Centre will have been operating for:     4 years 5 years 6 years More?
  30. 30. Question 2 Who (Other than Prof Denning) has worked for the aspergillosis clinic longest?    Dr Newton Graham & Chris Georgina & Debbie Kennedy
  31. 31. Question 3 When was the Aspergillus Website started?    1996 1997 1998
  32. 32. Question 4 When did we start our first online support group?     1996 1998 2000 2002
  33. 33. Question 5 When did we start our Yahoo! Aspergillosis Support group?     1998 2000 2002 2004
  34. 34. Question 6 Who was the first person to run the Aspergillus Website?  Graham Atherton  Adam Huffman  Emma Prebble
  35. 35. Question 7 How many people are currently in our Facebook Aspergillus Support group?     200 253 294 315
  36. 36. Question 8 In the last month, how many people have visited the (new) Aspergillus Support Website for Patients? nacpatients.org.uk     1400 500 7500 15000
  37. 37. Question 9 Our websites are available all across the world. Our main users are people in the UK and in the US but there are many more. Which is the country is our next most frequent visitor?     Canada Australia China India
  38. 38. Question 10 How many times have the recordings of our patient support meetings been viewed so far? NB there are over 50 recordings available     5000 10000 25000 50000
  39. 39. Question 11 How many pages are there in the Aspergillus Website?     5000 25000 50000 100000
  40. 40. Question 12 Deb Hawker is currently doing a series of runs over 3 months to raise money for Cancer Research and to ‘Mend Maddies Mum’. Is she going to run:     3 miles 13.5 miles 26 miles 46 miles  www.justgiving.com/Deborah-Hawker2013/  gogetfunding.com/project/mend-maddie-s-mummy
  41. 41. Question 13  Prof Denning has been on a tour of the world this year as we educate many on the importance of identifying and treating fungal infections. The countries he has visited include China, Australia, South Africa, USA and much of Europe including Turkey. How many countries has he visited in total?    13 21 35
  42. 42. Question 14 October Meeting: What was the name of Danielle Yuilles project to coordinate the involvement of patients in several aspects of research & service?    VOICE CHOICE VOIP
  43. 43. Question 15 September meeting: New consulant Eavan Muldoon has come to us from    New York San Francisco Boston
  44. 44. Question 16 August meeting: David Denning mentioned that our research using a particular tool shows that patients treated with one antifungal (itraconazole) seem to slowly get worse over time. Which tool?    MRC questionnaire QOL questionnaire Sf36 questionnaire
  45. 45. Question 17 July meeting: Julia Hamer (UHSM Directorate manager) gave us the new name of the organisation overseeing the NHS here in UHSM. What is it called?    NHS England NHS UK NHS Britain
  46. 46. Question 18 June meeting: Steve Webster gave us a talk on ‘Caring for Carers’. Which organisation does he work for?    Princess Royal Trust Carers UK Manchester Carers Centre
  47. 47. Question 19 May meeting: Alison Wearden told us that stress is a feature of all chronic conditions and has been shown to inhibit:    Wound healing Social interaction Breathlessness
  48. 48. Question 20 April meeting: Mike Bromley showed us that the development of many new drugs is now being done in smaller companies. Why?    Cheaper They are better at it Less risk for the large drug companies
  49. 49. Question 21 March meeting: Riina Richardson told us that one of the main causes of damp & mould in our homes is    Living in a colder country Living in a wet country Dust & condensation
  50. 50. Question 22 February meeting: Khaled Al-shair told us that those of us with respiratory infections can help ourselves by exercising regularly. It is helpful to do at least:    Gentle Walking 5 - 10 min Walking 20 min Gentle jogging 5 min
  51. 51. Question 23 January meeting: Debbie Kennedy told us that common side effects of itraconazole are:    Dizzyness, thirst Photosensitivity Gastro-intestinal upset, rash, headache
  52. 52. Question 24 Creative Writing: Caroline Hawkridge. This year we wrote a poem called ‘Hope is…’ that was read by Rupert Everett at the launch of the Global Action Fund for Fungal Infections (GAFFI www.gaffi.org). What was the initial inspiration for the name?    Hope hospital, Manchester The name of the daughter of one of our doctors To try give everyone encouragement
  53. 53. Question 24 Creative Writing: Caroline Hawkridge. This year we wrote a poem called ‘Hope is…’ that was read by Rupert Everett at the launch of the Global Action Fund for Fungal Infections (GAFFI www.gaffi.org). What was the initial inspiration for the name?    Hope hospital, Manchester The name of the daughter of one of our doctors To try give everyone encouragement
  54. 54. Question 25 Awareness. We have hosted a few projects this year that have involved poetry and been very successful. One (at the Manchester Literature Festival) was described as a ‘remarkable event’ by professional reviewer Chris Ogden. What was it called?    Open the doors Open the windows Open our lungs
  55. 55. Suggest a subject Can be on any relevant subject you would like to hear our opinion or get our help with Send suggestions to admin@aspergillus.org.uk Pass notes to me at clinic or at the meeting Phone them in (24 hrs) at 0161 291 5866
  56. 56. Thank You “The best chance we have of beating this illness is to work together” Living with it, Working with it, Treating it Fungal Research Trust
  57. 57. Question 12 Deb Hawker is currently doing a series of runs over 3 months to raise money for Cancer Research and to ‘Mend Maddies Mum’. Is she going to run:     3 miles 13.5 miles 26 miles 46 miles  www.justgiving.com/Deborah-Hawker2013/  gogetfunding.com/project/mend-maddie-s-mummy
  58. 58. Question 16 August meeting: David Denning mentioned that our research using a particular tool shows that patients treated with one antifungal (itraconazole) seem to slowly get worse over time. Which tool?    MRC questionnaire QOL questionnaire Sf36 questionnaire
  59. 59. Question 22 February meeting: Khaled Al-shair told us that those of us with respiratory infections can help ourselves by exercising regularly. It is helpful to do at least:    Gentle Walking 5 - 10 min Walking 20 min Gentle jogging 5 min
  60. 60. Question 24 Creative Writing: Caroline Hawkridge. This year we wrote a poem called ‘Hope is…’ that was read by Rupert Everett at the launch of the Global Action Fund for Fungal Infections (GAFFI www.gaffi.org). What was the initial inspiration for the name?    Hope hospital, Manchester The name of the daughter of one of our doctors To try give everyone encouragement
  61. 61. Low allergen Christmas Trees Happy low allergen Christmas from us all!!

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