Monthly Newsletter from the Arizona Asthma Coalition

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15th Annual Asthma and Allergy Clinical Conference

Registration is now open for the 15th Annual Asthma and Allergy Clinical Conference on November 13, 2021. The Conference provides education and networking for clinicians and anyone who cares for patients living with asthma and allergies.

Webinar: Evaluating New Management Paradigms for the Asthma Patient

 TODAY  - August 11, 2021 at 12:15 pm

Join us on Wednesday, August 11 from 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm (AZ time) for a free educational event, hosted and presented live. Speakers include Edward Carter, MD and Gabriel Ortiz, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA. This webinar will: 

  • Highlight the essential role of the clinical care team in the diagnosis and management of patients with asthma
  • Understand how diagnostic testing may be utilized to help identify allergic asthma
  • Convey the quality of life benefits associated with targeted exposure reduction to allergens
  • Discuss relevant patient cases to support optimized management

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What’s Your Game Plan for When Students Return to School this Fall?

Repost from EPA

Learn about the latest scientific understanding of COVID-19 transmission and explore the concept of layered risk reduction in these webinars available to view on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) website.

[WEBINAR] Meeting Current School Health Challenges and Beyond: New Tools to Assess and Address IAQ Health and Safety

Watch it on demand here

[WEBINAR] Rooted in Research: Reducing Virus Transmission, Improving Ventilation and Promoting Healthy IAQ in Schools

Watch it on demand here


Effect of Air Pollution on Patients With Asthma Varies by Phenotype

Repost from Pulmonology Advisor

Air pollution affects people with and without asthma, though patients with asthma are more adversely affected, especially those with a nonallergic asthma (NA) phenotype, according to findings of a Turkish study published in the Journal of Asthma.

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During Pandemic, Some With Asthma Have Never Felt Better

Repost from NBC San Diego

At the beginning of the pandemic, doctors and asthma patients worried that asthma could lead to more severe coronavirus infections. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, however, that didn't happen. What did happen was actually positive.

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Arizona Asthma Coalition is now on Facebook! Head over to Facebook and like AAC to keep up to date on asthma, allergy and organizational updates in between our monthly newsletters. 

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As a nonprofit partnership since 1996, AAC has worked together with concerned stakeholders including public health, environmental quality, managed care, education, individual physicians and nurses, hospitals, foundations, families and other colleagues. Become a member of the Arizona Asthma Coalition or renew your membership and help us continue this important work.

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