There is only 1 week to go before this year’s #AskAboutAsthma. We have an exciting week of webinars and our flagship conference and we would love you to join. The virtual events are all free – please share with your networks.
Among others, we'll be hearing from Rosamund Kissi-Debrah, Professor Stephen Holgate, Sarah Woolnough from Asthma and Lung UK, the Association of Young People's Health, leaders from the national team and of course young people themselves.Further information and registration details can be found here.
- Ask The Expert webinar (Monday 12 September: 12.30 – 13.30)
This webinar is an interactive session for children, young people and their families, as well as everyone working in the field of CYP asthma. You will hear from experts responding to the most common questions children, young people and their families have on asthma with a focus on health inequalities. For further information and registration details, please click here. Please share our attached flyer with any patient groups as we welcome children, young people and their families.
- Pharmacy webinar (Tuesday 13 September: 19.30 – 20.30)
This evening webinar will highlight best practice and innovation within CYP asthma, with a specific focus on how pharmacy can improve equitable access to care. You will hear some of London’s leading pharmacists around which spacer to use, South East London’s Pharmacy Scheme and South West London’s Whole Systems Pharmacy work. For further information and registration details, please click here.
- Nurses webinar (Thursday 15 September 12:00 – 13:00)
This webinar focuses on the vital role that nurses can play in reducing health inequalities in children and young people's asthma care. Topics will include CYP asthma transformation at PCN level, reducing salbutamol use post-discharge and addressing health inequalities through the Asthma in Schools project in Norfolk. For further information and registration details, please click here.
- Primary care webinar (Friday 16 September: 12.30 – 13.30)
This webinar will update you on developments in children and young people's asthma care, with a focus on addressing health inequalities through primary care. You will hear from leading paediatricians on annual reviews and inhaler checks, referrals to severe asthma services and diagnosing viral wheeze and asthma. For further information and registration details, please click here.
We are really looking forward to seeing you at the conference and the webinars. The podcasts, short videos and blogs will be released during the week – we hope you find them helpful and can help share them on social media with the campaign hashtag: #AskAboutAsthma and #Asthmacareforall so we can re-share your posts.