Association of Asthma Educators’ Course
BECOMING AN ASTHMA EDUCATOR AND CARE MANAGER
This course is dedicated to teaching participants to holistically approach the education of patients and families with asthma. Care topics discussed are asthma prevalence, goals of therapy, pathophysiology, controlling factors that contribute to severity, pharmacotherapy, medical administration, monitor symptoms, co-morbidities, and optimizing education. Application of core topics is reviewed through interactive case studies.
Learning Objectives: 4 Contact Hours
Describe the Burden of Asthma in the US
Outline key components of Asthma management from the EPR-4 NHLBI Clinical Asthma Guidelines.
Optimize inspiratory flow for given inhalation devices.
Evaluate patients and caregivers’ educational need and select management tools to optimize partnerships in care.
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1. Becoming an Asthma Educator and Care Manager: 0.75 Contact Hours
Agenda: NOTE THIS IS MOUNTAIN TIME
1:00pm Assessment and Monitoring
Control of Environmental Factors Contributing to Asthma
Education for Partnership in Care
- Describe the burden of asthma in the US is covered in the Becoming an Asthma Educator and Care Manager
- Outline key components of asthma management from the EPR-4 NHLBI Clinical Asthma guidelines is covered in the assessment and monitoring, controlling factors contributing to asthma and medications section.
- Optimize inspiratory flow for given inhalation devices is covered in inhalation devices.
- Evaluate patients and caregivers educational needs and select management tools to optimize partnerships of care, covered in Case studies.
2. Assessment and Monitoring: 0.75 Contact Hours.
- Describe the burden of Asthma in the US
3.. Controlling Environmental Factors Contributing to Asthma: 1.00 Contact Hours.
- Outline key components of asthma management from the expert panel report 3 guidelines for the diagnosis and management of Asthma.
4. Education for Partnership in Care: 0.75 Contact Hours.
- Describe various classifications of medications, Describe the stages of the "Stepwise approach",
- Outline the various inhalation devices that are currently available for the treatment of asthma Inhalation Devices: 0.75 Contact hours.
- Identify the optimum inspiratory flow of various inhalation devices Identify proper administration techniques and mistakes when using various inhalation devices.
- Learn to provide self-management education on the following topics: monitoring asthma written asthma action plan medication technique environmental control.
DISCLOSURES: Kendra Procacci has no relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies and will disclose prior to presenting.
ACCREDITATION This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of AnMed Health and the Association of Asthma Educators(AAE). AnMed Health is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CREDIT DESIGNATION: AnMed Health designates this “live activity” for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1Credit(s) TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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