NC Asthma Summit: 2020 - Year of the Asthma Educator

Apr 29, 2020 Canceled Other

NC Asthma Summit: 2020 - Year of the Asthma Educator

Description

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak and to protect the safety and well-being of all involved with the 2020 NC Asthma Summit, this event has been canceled. Current registrants will receive a full refund of registration fees in the coming weeks.

The AANC applauds your work with persons who have asthma and in this, the “Year of the Asthma Educator” suggests these helpful resources:

AANC

Association of Asthma Educators

Asthma and Allergy Network


Please join us at the NC Asthma Summit: 2020 - Year of the Asthma Educator. The summit will include a variety of asthma-related topics including Medicaid Managed Care, Social Determinants of Health, E-Cigarettes, Asthma Education, and embracing the “Holistic” Model of Patient Care. The NC Asthma Summit is a collaboration of the Asthma Alliance of North Carolina (AANC) and UNC Health Sciences at MAHEC.

In Collaboration with:

AANC


By registering for this workshop, you are granting permission for your contact information to be shared with AANC which is a collaborating partner of this continuing education activity.


Lodging


Acorn Suites
914 S 5th Street
Mebane, NC 27302
919-568-9005

Hotel is Exit 154 off I-40, four miles from the conference center.
Room block rate is $ 89 per night; block expires March 28, 2020.
By phone mention: NC Asthma Summit
Online registration: select QUEEN 1 BEDROOM, BOOK, enter promo code AS2020; Acorn Suites website

Target Audience

Asthma Educators, Environmental Health Specialists, Health Educators, Nurses, Respiratory Care Practitioners and interested others

Objectives

  • Discuss new, evolving, or changing aspects of the state Medicaid program to better provide support and care to this vulnerable population with asthma
  • Describe one strategy of how patients, families, and health care providers can partner with others to address social determinants that impact the care & well-being of children and adults with asthma
  • Define severe asthma in accord with GINA guidelines, recognize phenotypes of severe asthma, and utilize an online interactive shared decision making tool to effectively engage and educate patients with severe asthma
  • Identify five resources to engage and educate patients in asthma care-pathophysiology, trigger identification and avoidance measures, medications, delivery devices, and a written Asthma Action Plan
  • Implement current information to curb e-cigarette use in youth
  • Breakout A: Describe asthma as a disease state, including pathophysiology, triggers, medications, written asthma action plans, and patient follow-up
  • Breakout B: Discuss the heterogeneity of severe asthma and therapeutic options/side effects of standard asthma treatments; review the rationale for choosing biologic therapy and the current data on available biologics
  • Breakout C: Demonstrate the correct use of inhalers, delivery devices and objective test measures
  • Breakout D: Utilize the EPR-3 Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma

Faculty

  • Theresa P. Blount, BSN, RN, AE-C
  • Shannon B. Dowler, MD
  • Kristin N. Lamm, BSRT, RRT-ACCS, RCP
  • Jim D. Martin, MS
  • Gerri L. Mattson, MD MSPH FAAP
  • Madlyn Morreale, JD, MPH
  • Maeve O'Connor, MD, FACAAI, FAAAAI
  • Jeanine B. Price, RN, BSN, CCM
  • Chris Scarboro, MPH
  • Sally Schoessler, MSEd, BSN, RN, AE-C
  • Jeanine M. Sharpe, BSW, MSW, ACSW
  • Melinda S. Shuler, MHS, RCP, CTTS, HHS
  • Carol D. Sockman, RN, BSN, NCSN AE-C
  • Amy Trees, AE-C, RRT, RCP, RPFT

Fees