This webinar recording includes an update about the COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials, vaccine concerns & the state of the global pandemic.
National experts answered questions from the audience about COVID-19, asthma and the flu in this interactive session.
Our speakers discuss the concerns during COVID-19 for adults and teens with asthma who use e-cigarettes or vape.
The speakers share guidance regarding the delivery of optimal asthma and allergy care during the pandemic.
Our speakers provide an update on coronavirus testing and the latest news regarding COVID-19 vaccine availability.
The speakers discuss how the weather impacts asthma, flu and COVID-19, and ways you can use weather predictions to stay healthier.
In this webinar, allergist Purvi Parikh, MD discussed how to obtain, use and afford asthma inhalers & nebulizers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Our speakers reviewed the racial, economic and social determinants of health (SDoH) impacting healthcare among the most vulnerable in our society.
Our webinar speakers explored the state of COVID-19 and asthma care as of June 2020 and discussed the potential future for schools and businesses.
The presenters discussed COVID-19 considerations in the care of asthma & other acute & chronic lung conditions as we slowly reopen our economy and society.
Presenters looked at COVID-19 and its impact on telehealth, digital health the healthcare system for people with asthma and other respiratory diseases.
Presenters looked at the current state of COVID-19, the crisis in New York City, lessons learned, the move to telehealth, and the albuterol shortage.
A key part of Allergy & Asthma Network’s mission is to educate patients and healthcare professionals about allergies, asthma and related conditions. The COVID-19 pandemic has made this mission even more critical. We sit down with medical experts to develop webinars about COVID-19. Some topics we explore include vaccine hesitancy, school reopenings, long-haul COVID, and more. Review all our COVID-19 related webinars dating back to March 2020. See upcoming webinars and register to participate.