- 1 Community Asthma & COPD Experts
- 1.1 Welcome to
- 1.2 Connect with CACEs on Facebook!
- 1.3 Allergy & Asthma Network Resource Bank:
- 1.4 Infographics
- 1.5 Checklists
- 1.6 Webinar Videos
- 1.7 Webinar: Preparing for the Asthma Educator Certification Exam
- 1.8 Webinar: Recognizing and Addressing Disparities in Asthma
- 1.9 Webinar: Building Your Mastery and Confidence in Caring for Asthma
- 1.10 Patient Learning Pathways Videos
- 1.11 Have you completed an event or educational program?
Community Asthma & COPD Experts
Asthma affects over 25 million Americans and 1 in 10 children live with asthma daily. COPD affects more than 5 million people in the U.S. This program focus is two-fold:
- To educate patients about the value of guidelines-based asthma & COPD care
- To fully implement albuterol along with epinephrine as stock emergency medications in the school setting
Following an introductory webinar, as a Community Asthma & COPD Expert, we will ask you to share guidelines-based information on asthma either within your work day or during special educational programs that you develop.
- Asthma Education (Think virtual!)
- Health Fairs / Webinars / Zoom meetings
- Social Media Campaign
- Patient Programming
- Conference/Meeting Presentation on Asthma/ COPD/ ACO
Connect with CACEs on Facebook!
We have a private group Facebook page we would love to utilize to cultivate plans for those that would like to bounce ideas off others. Share what you are doing now, are going to do or have done in the past. You will need to ask to join the group. Only the volunteers, Sally and Leandra will be able to see the posts and group members. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1114992758952211
Each Community Asthma & COPD Expert will submit a Volunteer Plan to outline your anticipated programs/teaching for 2021 – 2022.
To standardize information and messaging:
- This PowerPoint can be downloaded and used in your educational offerings – you should customize the first and last slide with your personal information:
- Social media is a powerful tool and a great way to share information. You can customize the social media post below – be sure to use the first one to announce that you are a part of the Community Asthma & COPD Experts program!
Were you unable to attend one of our mandatory Introductory Meetings?
Please access the video for that meeting here.
Certification as an Asthma Educator
Are you professionally certified as an Asthma Educator? Is “AE-C” in your credentials? If so – congratulations on attaining an important recognition of your professional ability to provide important education to people who suffer with asthma. If not – consider taking that next professional step. Full information on becoming a certified Asthma Education can be found at: https://naecb.com/ We’re here to help –
We have provided an asthma overview module to assist in reviewing for the exam and a second module on test preparation. Yes, it’s a hard test! But it’s worth reviewing valuable asthma information to become certified.
Allergy & Asthma Network Resource Bank:
Understanding asthma in English
Understanding Asthma in Spanish
Asthma: Working Together with your Healthcare Team
Getting The Most Out Of Your Healthcare Visits
Asthma Statistics Overview
COPD Statistics Overview
Asthma Web Information
Asthma & COVID-19
How to Avoid the September Asthma Peak
Asthma Care at School Post COVID-19 Outbreak
Asthma: Take Action. Take Control.
COPD Web information
A Patient’s Asthma Pre-Visit Checklist
A Provider’s Asthma Pre-Consultation Checklist
Asthma Focused Follow Up Visit for Defining Difficult to Control Asthma with SDM for Biologic Therapy
Essential Steps to Shared Decision Making
Webinar: Preparing for the Asthma Educator Certification Exam
Andrea Jensen, CHES (R), AE-C, walks us through the requirements for taking the NAECB Asthma Educator Certification exam. Andrea covers guidance and will address practical study and test taking strategies.
Webinar: Recognizing and Addressing Disparities in Asthma
Dr. Michael Bowman will discuss the racial, ethnic and social disparities that are prevalent in our society and discuss how to reach all patients with asthma. This is aimed at clinicians and could serve as a good review for physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and asthma educators.
Webinar: Building Your Mastery and Confidence in Caring for Asthma
Dr. Michael Bowman provides a comprehensive review of asthma for clinicians and educators.
This can be useful if you’re studying to be an Asthma Educator, but it is a true overview of asthma and not specifically “teaching to the test”.
Patient Learning Pathways Videos
Have you completed an event or educational program?
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