We are the leading resource for professional asthma education. AAE offers courses designed in accordance with the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health Expert Panel Report (EPR3): Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma. Read more
AAE has developed a program to prepare entry-level community health workers (CHW) to effectively provide basic asthma management education. Read more
The E. Ellis Scholarship is available to AAE members in good standing who are seeking to obtain certification as a certified asthma educator (AE-C) through the National Asthma Education Certification Board. Find out more by clicking the button below.
AAE's membership includes nurses, nurse practitioners, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, doctors, physician assistants, community health workers, case managers, and social workers. You do not have to be nationally certified as an asthma educator (AE-C) to be a member. Join today!
AAE holds an annual conference and produces continuing education monographs on culturally competent asthma care as well as on inhalation therapy devices. There are numerous opportunities to grow, both individually, and as a group, with the support we secure from industry leaders. Join today
AAE actively engages in advocacy efforts on behalf of its members in order to reduce asthma disparities and improve asthma outcomes. Read more
Anyone interested in asthma education will find our extensive list of resources, helpful links, asthma educator tools, videos, and consumer information relevant. Read moreImportant joint letter regarding Primatene Mist
Letter re Primatene Mist AAN 11-9-18.pdf
The 2018 conference in Phoenix, Arizona was a great success and we thank you for your support and participation!
The AAE Annual Conference is an outstanding opportunity for information sharing of products and services in all areas of asthma management and treatment and we offer a vast array of participation forums. By engaging in collaborative learning on all aspects; medications, technologies and strategies, we can achieve improved education and compliance for patients and families. Your support and more importantly, your active involvement can make a huge impact. Please join us. Contact us at 215-353-2477 to learn more about how you can deliver your message and resources to the asthma community.