Current EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES
EPR-2020 Update: What's New and Why It Matters
(The on demand recorded content (REPLAY) in the above link does not currently offer continuing education credit.)
In Case You Missed It!!!
Utilizing Digital Innovations to Improve Asthma
AAE is introducing new initiatives to strengthen the core of our membership to enhance our growing impact on asthma education through targeted engagement allowing you to utilize our programs more efficiently in your practice area. Please contact our Education Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in AAE delivering this course to your practice, department or professional association. There is no cost to the program. Our free live courses offer continuing education credits. This training is appropriate for all individuals involved in asthma care and education: asthma educators, first responders, athletic trainers, community health professionals, pharmacists, physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists.
ON DEMAND REPLAY AVAILABLE NOW
Click on the Sessions listed below for on-demand viewing of the recent Utilizing Digital Health Innovations to Improve Asthma webinars. (The on demand recorded content in the links does not offer continuing education credit.) Our Education Committee team and Program Leaders are excited to share the information with you and look forward to supporting your involvement.
(Continuing education credits are not applicable to replay content.)
The Association of Asthma Educators is the premier inter-professional organization striving for excellence to raise the competency of diverse individuals who educate patients and families living with asthma.
We have three primary purposes. Read more
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 currently unavailable. The criteria for the scholarship is to be an 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. Stay tuned as we update this offering for the future.
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
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams discusses health disparities in his April 10, 2020 press conference.
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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