The American Lung Association’s (lung.org) Asthma Basics program is now being offered as a live, virtual workshop. It will be held on March 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The program is ideal for frontline healthcare professionals, such as school nurses or community health workers, as well as individuals with asthma, parents of children with asthma, and coworkers, friends, and family who want to learn more about asthma.
This event will be held via Microsoft Teams, and will require a secondary registration through the virtual platform once you have signed up on this website. To register, please go to action.lung.org or contact Nicole Mannion at email@example.com. A follow up email will then be generated and will contain the link and next steps to access the workshop on the day of the training.
More than 25 million Americans live with asthma. The chronic lung disease causes millions of lost workdays and results in more than 180,000 hospitalizations each year. To improve the lives of adults living with asthma, the American Lung Association, in collaboration with the CVS Health Foundation, launched the new “Improving Asthma for All” program.
The American Lung Association saves lives right here in Nebraska through research, education, and advocacy. They provide support and education for those living with asthma, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and fighting threats to lung health such as tobacco, air pollution, and more. To learn more, go to lung.org.