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  1. #AskAboutAsthma Conferences

    2020 Conference Recordings 2021 Conference Recordings Welcome, introduction and background – Oliver Anglin, Clinical Director for CYP Transformation – NHSE (London) & Clinical Lead for Children and Young People – North Central London CCG​, – Jen Townshend, General and respiratory paediatrician, Great North Children’s Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, Chief Executive of BEATAsthma​ Patient Voice – our healthcare journey – Aishah […]

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  2. #AskAboutAsthma 2020 resources

    Blogs Podcasts Podcast 1 – How can community pharmacists improve care for young asthmatics? Podcast 2 – Ask the experts? Podcast 3 – Tertiary asthma care and the new referral protocol Podcast 4 – Asthma Friendly School – a how to guide Podcast 5 – Learning from asthma deaths Podcast 6 – Developing an asthma network Podcast 7  – Air quality and […]

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  3. #AskAboutAsthma Schedules

    As part of the #AskAboutAsthma campaign, we want everyone involved in the care of children and young people with asthma to be even more prepared for week 38 – the week where nationally there is a rise in asthma attacks following the return to school after the summer holidays. By sharing learning, resources and key […]

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  4. #AskAboutAsthma Toolkits

    The #AskAboutAsthma toolkits contain social media graphics and messaging, posters and suggested copy for newsletters and emails. The tailored toolkits below can be used by supporters to share the campaign locally and promote the campaign in specific settings including schools, GP practices and youth organisations. Download as many toolkits as you like from the menu […]

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  5. #AskAboutAsthma

    NHS England – London’s #AskAboutAsthma campaign takes place every September to raise awareness around childhood asthma and how to manage it. #AskAboutAsthma highlights the simple changes to children and young people’s care that will make a big difference to how they experience their asthma. Led by NHS England – London’s Babies, Children and Young People […]

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  6. Incentive schemes

    Children’s asthma services need to be commissioned in a seamless integrated fashion across the entire pathway from prevention and self-management to in hospital and out of hospital care. Incentive schemes can help improve quality within specific sections of the pathway. To provide feedback or examples of best practice, including local incentive schemes, please contact: […]

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