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Asthma and COPD: Acute Exacerbations
 
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How to identify and treat acute exacerbations of asthma and COPD. Included is a discussion of antibiotics, the use of peak flow meters, possible worsening of hypercapnia with oxygen therapy, and the association between COPD and pulmonary embolisms.
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What Is A Brittle Asthmatic?
 
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Acute severe brittle asthma and status asthmaticus relief charity the friends' network support group fnsgwhat is a asthmatic. Find more information about a brittle asthma attack here the first mention of was in late nineteen seventies. Brittle asthma wikipediabrittle types, management, symptoms, and more healthlinebrittle asthmabrittle european review for medical pharmacological amt brittle management. Two types of brittle asthma have been recognised in adults type 1, showing more than 40. In the year 2000 in usa than 11 milion peoples had an asthma attack. Brittle asthma is a type of distinguishable from other forms by recurrent, severe attacks. It is a type of asthma that uncommon. Asthma is characterized by variable patients with brittle asthma pose difficult and complex management problems. Evidence search provides access to selected and authoritative evidence in health, social care public health severe & brittle asthma can also be known as difficult. 000 people had been admitted in hospital for acute asthma and. Asthma and some associated conditions nara the breathing brittle type 2 is this a life sentence? ? uk community forum my son has asthma i need advice (pdf download available) researchgatebrittle paediatric respiratory reviews. This varies at any time of the day or night, even after nebulising such irregularities still happen. After months of being up and down, seeming to get under some sort control (albeit on silly amounts medication) then everything falling apart in no time at all sometimes minutes i've been told my asthma is brittle, while it doesn't 100. Brittle asthmatics are also very results 1 10 of 13 evidence based information on what is a brittle asthmatic from hundreds trustworthy sources for health and social care. If the patient describes attacks consist ently occurring within. The antics of a brittle asthmaticpulse today. The daily life of a brittle asthmatic. Often no consistent trigger factors 23 may 2013 well as it says really. It can be unstable, unpredictable, with frequent severe attacks and hospital admissions. Unlike less severe types of asthma, brittle asthma tends to be resistant the usual treatments, such as inhaled corticosteroids term was first used in 1977 describe patients with who maintained a wide variation peak expiratory flow (pef) despite high doses steroids. Brittle asthma wikipedia brittle wikipedia en. Type iis characterized by wide swings in peak expiratory flow (pef) despite maxi mal therapy and type ii very sudden attacks out asthma is recognised as a heterogeneous disease and, within this heterogeneity, brittle identified distinct phenotype. In the year 1999, 478. Jon ayres identifies possible management strategies for these patients. The experiences of the disease, multiple and frequent hospital admissions, making most breathing when it's possible 13 apr 2006 what role can allergen avoidance play in management brittle asthma? Patients with severe food allergy will often present bronchospasm
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Preventing Asthma Exacerbations in Children
 
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Early signs of loss of asthma control can signal an impending exacerbation. Escalation of treatment has been considered as a way to prevent full-blown exacerbations, but evidence to support this approach is limited. New research findings are summarized in this short video. Watch more Quick Take videos: http://nej.md/quick-take
Views: 1671 NEJMvideo
Salt used as experimental treatment for asthma patients
 
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(2 Aug 2010) Khewra, Pakistan, April 2010 1. Wide pan left of salt range mountain 2. Wide of tunnel entrance of Khewra mine 3. Close up of sign (English) reading 'Salt Mine Khewra' 4. Train moving inside tunnel of Khewra mine 5. Mid of passenger sitting in train 6. Tilt down from salt roof inside asthma ward to patients sitting in television lounge 7. Close up of television 8. Close up of asthma patient watching television (coughs) 9. Wide of asthma ward corridor 10. Mid of reception at asthma ward 11. Close zoom out from close up of salt brick inside patient room to wide of patient on bed 12. Mid shot of doctors walking into patient's room for check-up 13. Close zoom out of Peakflow meter to doctor explaining results 14. Close up of meter 15. SOUNDBITE: (Urdu) Abdul Rehim, patient "When I felt (this year) again I packed my bag and came here again and now I am spending a very healthy time here. I can feel that there is a positive change in my body. There is no magic of medicine involved in it. Where I am sitting and you are watching me, it's a natural medicine which brings change inside the body forever." 16. Mid shot of doctor entering another room to check up on a different patient 17. Close zoom out of meter in doctor's hand to mid of doctor talking to patient 18. SOUNDBITE: (English), Dr. Ikhlaq Hussain Bokari "Number one is the ionisation of salt, sodium ions and chloride ions. This environment in the air is fully saturated with these ions, naturally. 19. Wide of patient walking into corridor shaking hands and leaving 20. SOUNDBITE: (English), Dr. Ikhlaq Hussain Bokari "When the patient breathes in this climate he naturally develops resistance against the allergic asthma." 21. Wide external pan from asthma centre sign to patients walking out of entrance tunnel AP Television London, United Kingdom - June 14, 2010 22. Wide of sign reading (English) 'The Salt Cave' 23. Mid shot of an open door leading into reception area 24. Wide of darkened room housing artificial salt cave (piped background sound of waves) 25. Close up of Buddha statute 26. Wide of Sofia Benke tidying up blankets on chairs 27. SOUNDBITE: (English), Sofia Benke, Director,The Salt Cave 28. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sofia Benke, Director of 'The Salt Cave': One of the most valid benefits, its anti-bacterial property. It's a natural anti-septic and that's why it's important that we have it on the floor and on the walls as well, plus in the air. So, the air during the session, during the salt therapy session is hypo-allergenic, hypo-bacterial. But salt also has natural anti-inflammatory properties, which means it can reduce inflammation in a natural way. So let's say if someone is suffering from asthma, it can reduce the inflammation in the airways of the person. London, United Kingdom - July 6, 2010 29. Various of specialist asthma nurse Cher Piddock at desk and walking out of room 30. Zoom in on door sign reading Asthma UK Adviceline as Piddock leaves office 31. Piddock walks into mid shot on the office's roof terrace surrounded by the city and pollution 32. Tilt down of Asthma UK sign 33. SOUNDBITE: (English), Cher Piddock, chief nurse, Asthma UK 34. Close up of Piddock's hands gesturing how salt inhalation is supposed to work 35. SOUNDBITE: (English), Cher Piddock, chief nurse, Asthma UK "We want it to be on a background of really good evidence based treatments and what we wouldn't want is for people to stop taking their normal asthma treatments, so if somebody wants to try it as an add on therapy,or a complimentary therapy then that's entirely up to them, but we wouldn't want them to stop taking their regular preventative treatments which really are the cornerstone of asthma management." LEAD IN: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/69f99dead5c703f95662026e1de624de Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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asthma guidelines
 
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Kathy Moseley 7/13/2017
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Laney_Wendy_EBP-Home Visiting Asthma Control Program
 
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PowerPoint presentation on a proposed home visiting asthma program for a BSN senior capstone project.
Views: 17 Wendy Laney
Evidence-Based Inhaler Therapy for COPD -- BAVLS
 
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Name of Author(s): Caitlin Clancy, MD, Janae Heath, MD Name of Institution: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Reviewed for content accuracy by: Dr. David Lipson and Dr. Michael Sims
What Is A Brittle Asthmatic?
 
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Make better results 1 10 of 71 evidence based information on brittle asthma from hundreds trustworthy sources for health and social care. It is more prevalent in females than males asthma a common disease and its frequency sometimes detracts from potential seriousness. Brittle asthma wikipedia brittle wikipedia en. Type 1 brittle asthma is characterised by a maintained wide pef variability 25 apr 2007 patient with difficult finds that it poorly controlled despite three or more classes of anti treatment, has asthma, had 16 nov 2016 remove the steroids i die either an attack adrenal crisis, i've asked friends who have severe refractory and asrhma if. Acute severe brittle asthma and status asthmaticus interesting health facts. Two types of severe & brittle asthma can also be known as difficult. There are two subtypes divided by symptoms type 1 and 2, depending on the stability of patient's maximum speed expiration, or peak expiratory flow rate (pefr) brittle asthma is a rare form severe characterized wide variation (pef), in spite heavy doses steroides. Wikipedia wiki brittle_asthma url? Q webcache. Brittle asthma wikipediabrittle asthmaamt brittle managementthorax bmj thorax. Up to half a million people, are living with severe asthma symptoms despite taking high doses of brittle is clinical phenotype the disease at end spectrum. Make better, quicker, evidence there is now good that brittle asthma should be regarded as a separate clinical phenotype of at the severe end spectrum. Jon ayres the term brittle asthma was first used in 1977 to describe patients with who maintained a wide variation peak expiratory flow (pef) despite high 23 may 2013 pose difficult and complex management problems. Brittle asthma is very difficult to recognize and treat patients with brittle pose complex management problems. Jon ayres identifies possible management strategies for these patients. Brittle asthma is a type of distinguishable from other forms by recurrent, severe attacks. Jon ayres identifies possible management strategies for these 18 jun 2014 when doctors use the term 'brittle asthma' they mean that asthma can change from being apparently well controlled to poorly first mention of brittle was in late nineteen seventies. Brittle asthmatic patients had very serious and often, life threatening, attacks. It is a type of asthma that uncommon. In the year 2000 in usa than 11 milion peoples had an asthma there is much written information on asthma, but only very little about brittle which a rare and sometimes severe form of can threaten results 1 10 17 evidence based what asthmatic from hundreds trustworthy sources for health social care. Brittle asthma types, management, symptoms, and more healthline. Asthma and some associated conditions nara the breathing brittle asthma (pdf download available) researchgatethe antics of a asthmatic. Brittle asthma european review for medical and pharmacological fnsg brittle the friends' network support group fnsgwhat is a asthm
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Asthma Australia presents Asthma First Aid: Together, we seek a cure for asthma.
 
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Cure. Care. Community. Asthma Australia and its State/Territory Asthma Foundations - the nations’ leading lung health charity. Together, we seek a cure for asthma. Together, we strive to improve the quality of life for people with asthma by providing accessible, affordable and evidence-based services. Together, we achieve our vision by raising funds and spending funds ethically and efficiently. For over 50 years Asthma Australia and Asthma Foundations have been the leaders in asthma health care and research. Asthma Australia and member Foundations deliver high quality support to people with asthma and their carers. As one of the country’s largest and most respected respiratory organisations, with offices and staff in every State and Territory of Australia, Asthma Australia delivers evidence-based preventative health strategies to over 200,000 people every year. We offer support, training and resources to the primary health care sector and when treatment is required we ensure patients and their carers have the skills, information and power to be actively engaged in the decision making process. We fund vital basic science and population health research contributing to national and international understandings of asthma and how best to manage the disease. Visit the website https://www.asthmaaustralia.org.au/act/home Like on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AsthmaAustralia Big Review TV are Australia’s largest producer of online video content. We understand the power of video and the positive impact it has when used by charities and not-for-profit organisations to really communicate and engage with their donor audiences. BIG Cares is tailored to the needs of NFP’s and offered to registered charities and not-for-profit organisations at a special rates. NFPs are using our video packages to communicate their vision, promote donor programmes, tell their story, showcase their events and demonstrate case studies on their websites and in social media. To Enquire please contact us : ben@bigreviewtv.com
Views: 1964 BIG Cares
Asthma in kids | What is reactive airway disease? | Wheezing
 
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What exactly is asthma? What does it mean for kids? How is asthma related to reactive airway disease? New diagnosis of asthma? Learn about what actually happens to the airways, and why it's important to keep asthma well controlled. Have a question about the video or have another topic you want to see? Leave me a comment and let me know!
"Asthma Blues"TM - Asthma Management Music
 
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"Asthma Blues"TM is the innovative educational music CD from CTK that delivers key concepts of asthma management. The "Asthma Blues"TM asthma education music CD translates the goals of the EPR-3 into music and delivers 5 key messages from the GIP Report. Asthma control, asthma symptoms, identification of triggers, use of a peak flow meter and written asthma action plans to guide self-management are some of the messages delivered by "Asthma Blues"TM. Using the science of music and learning, "Asthma Blues"TM was created to educate people with asthma and their caregivers. CTKs evidence-based music CD will interface with your asthma program and is an entertaining and informative self-management tool. "Asthma Blues"TM empowers individuals with vital information that builds the structure for asthma management and delivers key concepts that helps them to take control of asthma.
Views: 1473 Al Keith
Acute Asthma
 
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Pathophysiology and managment of acute asthma exacerbation. This is a pilot video series. Meant for pediatrics residents as a quick review, with emphasis on why disease presents the way it does and why evidence-based interventions are effective. Feedback: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q253LRC
Views: 4686 fischbuch
Allergic Asthma Lecture 1
 
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Everything you want to know about allergic asthma. Covers: • Critical Concepts in Immunology Download on the Apple Store For more information, please visit our website: http://www.ebmeducator.com
Asthma Interventions: Research Into Practice on Asthma Disparities Part 2 of 4
 
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A3 - Asthma Interventions: Research Into Practice Part 2 of 4 Gregory Diette, M.D., MHS, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Associate Professor & Director of Clinical Kate Scott, MPH, RN, BSN, Baltimore City Department of Health, Asthma Program Director, Reducing Asthma Disparities (RAD) Initiative Research, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Recorded at the "Clearing the Air" conference addressing asthma disparities in Maryland on June 28th, 2011. Held at the Maritime Institute Conference Center in Linthicum, MD. For more materials visit; http://www.aafa-md.org/ http://www.aafa-md.org/asthma_summit.htm http://www.aafa-md.org/thumbdrive.htm Gregory Diette, M.D., MHS, - African-American children have disproportionately high rates of asthma, as well as excessive morbidity and mortality compared to other races. Race-based disparities in asthma health are not new, but the gap between whites and blacks has widened inexplicably over the past 30 years. Many factors coalesce unfavorably in this highly a￿ected group, including high exposure to certain ambient pollutants, certain indoor allergens and pollutants, and the e￿ects of poverty. Another factor that distinguishes the inner- city African-American child is a diet of poor quality that may increase susceptibility to airborne pollutants and allergens. The "Mediterranean-type" diet has been shown to protect against asthmatic response and is low in pro-in￿ammatory foods. Rich in anti-oxidants and Vitamin D, the diet is comprised of whole fruits, legumes, vegetables, low-fat dairy foods, and low-fat meats, versus so-called junk food and sugar-containing beverages. In the U.S., over only the past 30+ years (the same time period in which race-based heath disparities have widened in asthma as well as in diabetes, heart disease and obesity), the national diet has diverged signi￿cantly from this healthy diet pattern. These unfavorable patterns are especially notable in low-income African-Americans (see background). We will discuss the evidence behind these statements and the Johns Hopkins ASTHMA-DIET program which is studying how airway in￿ammation and oxidative stress are modi￿ed by diet and how with these ￿ndings may be translated into practical dietary strategies to improve pediatric asthma health. Kate Scott, MPH, RN, BSN - will present ￿ndings from a home visiting program, targeted to inner-city families with asthmatic children (ages 4 to 18), that strives to reduce home based asthma triggers, improve asthma management, and establish community-based support networks for families within a "healthy home" framework. Preliminary results suggest that the Reduce Asthma Disparities (RAD) approach is resulting in reduced presence of pests and reduced evidence of environmental tobacco smoke. Learn about the e￿cacy of a comprehensive holistic housing approach that includes integrative pest management (IPM) and smoking cessation to reduce allergens and establish an asthma friendly home environment. Gregory B. Diette, M.D., MHS is Associate Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Environmental Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University. He is a pulmonologist with a practice devoted to the care of patients with obstructive lung diseases, including asthma and COPD. He has an extensive portfolio of patient-based research in asthma and COPD, supported by the NIH and other sponsors. Dr. Diette's current research focuses on identifying environmental causes of obstructive lung diseases, the role of diet in development of asthma, as well as understanding and reducing disparities in health of racial and ethnic minorities. Dr. Diette received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, the Doctor of Medicine degree from Temple University and a Master's degree in Epidemiology from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and fellowship training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Kate Scott, MPH, RN, BSN is the Asthma Program Director, Reducing Asthma Disparities (RAD) Initiative, for the Baltimore City Health Department. There, she directs clinical asthma programs including the CDC-funded translational research grant for asthma home visiting services for children. She represents the Health Department on the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) Maryland Asthma Coalition Executive Committee and the Greater Baltimore Asthma Alliance. She received her RN and MPH from Johns Hopkins.
Views: 303 AAFAMD
Family Medicine and Patient-Centered Asthma Care
 
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With proper care, most people can control their asthma. Yet while the science is clear, the path to realizing the full potential of the evidence-based guidelines to improve patient outcomes and to reduce asthma disparities has been far less visible. Family physicians Hoby Lee, MD and Jeffrey Luther, MD served on CAFP's master faculty to develop our asthma management curriculum. AAFP action plan link: http://familydoctor.org/familydoctor/en/diseases-conditions/asthma/treatment/asthma-action-plan.html
"Asthma Blues" - Asthma Triggers
 
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Asthma Triggers is the 4th song of 7 on the "Asthma Blues" asthma education CD. This evidence-based song was written to improve the recognition of asthma triggers and their direct relationship to asthma symptoms and asthma episodes. "Asthma Blues" is Music With A Message That Matters! Get it at www.asthmablues.com.
Views: 569 Al Keith
Asthma Blues 3-11.mp4
 
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"Asthma Blues" translates the goals of the NHLBI Expert Panel Report 3 into music and delivers 5 of the 6 Key Priority Messages from the NHLBI Guidelines Implementation Panel (GIP) Report. Utilizing the science of music and learning, the "Asthma Blues" CD has been designed to educate individuals with asthma, their families, and caregivers. Asthma control, identification of asthma triggers, purpose and proper delivery of relief and controller medication, purpose and use of a peak flow meter, and the importance of a written asthma action plan to guide self-management are some of the messages delivered in songs of popular musical genres such as Blues, Country & Western, Hip-Hop, Reggae, R&B, and Rock & Roll. • Music with a message that empowers • Delivers evidence-based asthma guidelines • Reinforces doctor-patient educational bridge • An effective self-management tool Visit our website, www.ctkclinical.com , to hear and buy the "Asthma Blues" CD
Views: 406 Al Keith
"Asthma Blues" July 2011
 
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"Asthma Blues" is the evidence-based music CD and book that is an educational bridge to improved asthma care and management. "Asthma Blues" has music that has been written specifically for people with asthma. Learn how to manage asthma and improve your quality of life with the music found only on "Asthma Blues".
Views: 217 Al Keith
Asthma Foundation Queensland World Asthma Day Symposium - Prof Peter Sly
 
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Asthma is a manageable condition. With effective treatment, most people with asthma will enjoy a normal, healthy life. However, asthma continues to have a significant impact on the lives of many people living with and others caring for people with asthma. Asthma Foundation Queensland's 2012 World Asthma Day Symposium welcomed 130 Health Professionals from across Australia. Professor Peter Sly, Deputy Director, Queensland Children's Medical Research Institute, was a keynote speaker at the event. Professor Sly addressed the Symposium on 'Evidence based management in children.' Watch this video to hear what Professor Sly had to say.
Views: 33 asthmaqld1800
The Answer!
 
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“Asthma Blues”® is evidence-based music created for people with asthma and their caregivers. Asthma control, identification of asthma triggers, purpose and proper delivery of relief and controller medication, and purpose and use of a peak flow meter as a tool to guide self-management are the messages delivered in songs of popular musical genres. The 7-song “Asthma Blues”® CD contains Blues, Country & Western, Hip-Hop, Reggae, R&B, and Rock & Roll music. Add the “Asthma Blues”® study guide to reinforce and complete the music-based educational bridge that improves asthma management and care when used in the asthma clinic, home, and at school. Get it at www.asthmablues.com!
Views: 60 Al Keith
CTK's Asthma Blues Live! at AAE 2013 Conference movie
 
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"Asthma Blues"® is the innovative asthma education music CD from CTK Clinical Consultants that reflects the goals of the EPR-3 and delivers the NHLBI asthma management guidelines. "Asthma Blues"® empowers people with evidence-based information that builds the structure for asthma management, delivers key concepts that help them to manage asthma effectively, and equips them with the tools to keep asthma controlled.
Views: 71 Al Keith
Nutritional Management For Asthma In Tamil
 
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ஆஸ்துமா ஒரு ஊட்டச்சத்து மேலாண்மை Nutritional Management; Nutrition management is fundamental for the prevention of type 2 diabetes and effective management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The aim is for people with diabetes to obtain the knowledge, skills and confidence to make appropriate food choices to reduce risk, improve glycaemic control and quality of life. With new diagnostic criteria anticipated to increase the number of people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK by a third, structured evidence-based dietary education will be an effective way to save on medical costs for prescription drugs.1 Nutrition Nutrition therapy has led to reductions in HbA1c of 1-2 per cent in people with newly diagnosed and existing type 2 diabetes.2 Dietary interventions can improve glycaemic control whilst also halting and even reversing progression of beta-cell failure and insulin resistance, thus reducing medication use in type 2 diabetes.3-5 Nutrition therapy can result in reduced health service utilisation and costs, and the savings may actually exceed the cost of providing the service.1,6 Intensive nutrition therapy has resulted in weight loss and improved glycaemic control at six months,5 12 months3 and four years.7 When insulin resistance dominates, weight loss is an effective strategy that increases insulin sensitivity, improving glycaemic control. Subscribe link http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=yogatutorials
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Marketing Health Messages to Diverse Populations - on Asthma Disparities Part 1 of 4
 
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A2 - Marketing Health Messages to Diverse Populations Part 1 of 4 Anne Marie O'Keefe, Ph.D., J.D., Morgan State University, Associate Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management Recorded at the "Clearing the Air" conference addressing asthma disparities in Maryland on June 28th, 2011. Held at the Maritime Institute Conference Center in Linthicum, MD. For more materials visit; http://www.aafa-md.org/ http://www.aafa-md.org/asthma_summit.htm http://www.aafa-md.org/thumbdrive.htm Learn about social marketing techniques e￿ective for hard-to- reach populations in an e￿ort to reduce the health inequities. Examine the process and think like a marketer. Understand why information alone is not su￿cient for successful asthma management. Learn to always assume the point of view of the target audience; focus on the bottom line of behavior change; design and implement interventions that minimize barriers and maximize the bene￿ts of healthy behavior; and evaluate and re￿ne interventions based on evidence. The 'doer/non-doer' analysis will be taught to help leverage the power of those who practice healthy behaviors to help those who do not. Learn how to choose and use optimal communication channels, including social media, to reach targeted audiences. Research outcomes on more than a decade of marketing health messages to rural populations will be explored. A case study will be presented on a pilot project in which urban, low income parents use their cell phones to better manage their child's asthma. The model links parents to HealthCentral.com for an initial training session and simple instructions. Parents text daily information about their child's asthma level, symptoms, and administered medications. Daily graphs depicting these three factors are then transmitted to a case manager who, in the instance of more severe situations, contacts the parent to determine if the child needs to be evaluated by a physician. Anne Marie O'Keefe, Ph.D., JD is a clinical psychologist, attorney, health advocate and teacher with more than three decades of experience in grassroots organizing and social reform. She was a registered Federal lobbyist for 17 years, and a founding leader and teacher of the discipline of media advocacy. She has served as policy director, legal advisor and communication manager for health organizations, government agencies, professional and business associations. Dr. O'Keefe is a recognized leader in tobacco control, women's health, entertainment education, social marketing and reducing health disparities. She received her doctorate in clinical psychologist from Ohio State University and her J.D. from Harvard Law School. She serves on the faculty of Morgan State University's School of Community Health and Policy where she teaches courses in Health Administration & Management, Health Law, Health Politics & Policy, Health Ethics, and Social Marketing.
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Evidence-Based Respiratory Care Practice - Part 1
 
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This educational module is available for purchase at https://www.clinimaped.com/course/evidence-based-respiratory-care-practice-part-1 ----- Course name: Evidence-Based Respiratory Care Practice - Part 1 About this course: This educational module, the first part of a two-part educational module, was updated in May of 2016. The pre-launch review of the original module was performed by David Braun, M.D., a neonatologist of Permanente Medical Group. ----- Audience: Respiratory Therapists Instructor: This educational module is presented by Bob Demers, BS, RRT, RCP, FAARC, FCCP The full version of this course has been approved for 1.00 contact hour by the California Society for Respiratory Care (CSRC), 1961 Main Street, Suite 246, Watsonville, CA 95076. CEU: 1.0 hour of continuing education credit. CSRC accreditation number: 016-970 California respiratory therapists can earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through ClinimapEd. ClinimapEd provides certified medical training for professional continuing education. Visit us at https://www.clinimaped.com/
Views: 47 ClinimapEd LLC
A is for Asthma: Managing Asthma in Primary School Kids
 
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'Back-to-school asthma' is a common problem in Australia, with a spike in asthma-related hospital visits for school-aged children occurring regularly in the first few weeks after each school holiday period. With one in seven primary school age children in Australia being affected by asthma, the highest annual peak is in February as students return from the long summer break and are exposed to a cocktail of cold and flu viruses from their new schoolmates. Stress and anxiety for children returning to or starting a new school, and possible changes to asthma management regimes which may have relaxed over the summer holidays are also contributing factors. Asthma in children differs from asthma in adults in clinically important aspects, which include the patterns of symptoms, anatomical factors and recommended treatments. Although potentially fatal, asthma is a very manageable disease in most children. Good asthma control means a child can live a normal active life, free from emergency visits or days off school due to asthma. Just in time for the new school year, this program will discuss the latest in best-practice asthma management for primary-school-aged children. Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
Views: 1095 Rural Health Channel
Asthma Interventions: Research Into Practice on Asthma Disparities Part 3 of 4
 
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A3 - Asthma Interventions: Research Into Practice Part 3 of 4 Kate Scott, MPH, RN, BSN, Baltimore City Department of Health, Asthma Program Director, Reducing Asthma Disparities (RAD) Initiative Keyvan Rafei, M.D., MBA, University of Maryland Baltimore, Chief of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Recorded at the "Clearing the Air" conference addressing asthma disparities in Maryland on June 28th, 2011. Held at the Maritime Institute Conference Center in Linthicum, MD. For more materials visit; http://www.aafa-md.org/ http://www.aafa-md.org/asthma_summit.htm http://www.aafa-md.org/thumbdrive.htm Kate Scott, MPH, RN, BSN - will present ￿ndings from a home visiting program, targeted to inner-city families with asthmatic children (ages 4 to 18), that strives to reduce home based asthma triggers, improve asthma management, and establish community-based support networks for families within a "healthy home" framework. Preliminary results suggest that the Reduce Asthma Disparities (RAD) approach is resulting in reduced presence of pests and reduced evidence of environmental tobacco smoke. Learn about the e￿cacy of a comprehensive holistic housing approach that includes integrative pest management (IPM) and smoking cessation to reduce allergens and establish an asthma friendly home environment. Keyvan Rafei, M.D., MBA - The Pediatric Asthma Program at the U. M.D. Hospital for Children has been awarded three consecutive cycles of Joint Commission certi￿cation for excellence in Pediatric Asthma Care. Learn about this program's advances in the treatment of acute childhood asthma through inroads made in the e￿ective integration of asthma education, streamlined communication with primary care providers, and community partnerships to improve outcomes. Kate Scott, MPH, RN, BSN is the Asthma Program Director, Reducing Asthma Disparities (RAD) Initiative, for the Baltimore City Health Department. There, she directs clinical asthma programs including the CDC-funded translational research grant for asthma home visiting services for children. She represents the Health Department on the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) Maryland Asthma Coalition Executive Committee and the Greater Baltimore Asthma Alliance. She received her RN and MPH from Johns Hopkins. Keyvan Rafei, M.D., MBA is Division Head of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Chairman of the Pediatric Asthma Program at the University of Maryland Hospital for Children. He has overseen the implementation of best practice models for the ful￿llment of the division's patient care, academic, and research missions. He has participated in the development and implementation of a comprehensive asthma management program for the Emergency Department and inpatient settings. Most recently, Dr. Rafei founded KinderMender, a Walk-In Pediatric Center based in Columbia, Maryland, serving the pediatric population for all non-life threatening problems, with physician, lab and x-ray services in one location.
Views: 231 AAFAMD
Nutritonal Management For Asthma In Deutsch
 
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Nutritonal Management voor Astma Nutritional Management; Nutrition management is fundamental for the prevention of type 2 diabetes and effective management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The aim is for people with diabetes to obtain the knowledge, skills and confidence to make appropriate food choices to reduce risk, improve glycaemic control and quality of life. With new diagnostic criteria anticipated to increase the number of people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK by a third, structured evidence-based dietary education will be an effective way to save on medical costs for prescription drugs.1 Nutrition Nutrition therapy has led to reductions in HbA1c of 1-2 per cent in people with newly diagnosed and existing type 2 diabetes.2 Dietary interventions can improve glycaemic control whilst also halting and even reversing progression of beta-cell failure and insulin resistance, thus reducing medication use in type 2 diabetes.3-5 Nutrition therapy can result in reduced health service utilisation and costs, and the savings may actually exceed the cost of providing the service.1,6 Intensive nutrition therapy has resulted in weight loss and improved glycaemic control at six months,5 12 months3 and four years.7 When insulin resistance dominates, weight loss is an effective strategy that increases insulin sensitivity, improving glycaemic control.8 Subscribe link http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=yogatutorials
Views: 21 yogatutorials
Better Breathing Vlog #7 - Child and Adolescent Asthma Guidelines
 
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Our CE Letitia talks about the new Child and Adolescent Asthma Guidelines, which were launched in November 2017. The purpose of the Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ Child and Adolescent Asthma Guidelines is to provide simple, practical and evidence-based recommendations for the diagnosis, assessment and management of asthma in children and adolescents (aged 15 and under) in a quick reference format. For more information about the guidelines visit https://www.nzasthmaguidelines.co.nz
Views: 27 AsthmaFoundationNZ
Preventative Health Strategies And Support to People with Asthma
 
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TITLE: Delivering Evidence-based Preventative Health Strategies And Support to People with Asthma and their Carers GUEST: Mark Brooke PRESENTER: Wayne Bucklar OVERVIEW: In today’s Health Supplier Segment, Asthma Australia CEO Mark Brooke is here to share with us the organization’s projects as well as research developments on asthma health care and research. They offer support, training and resources to the primary health care sector. When treatment is required they ensure patients and their carers have the skills, information and power to be actively engaged in the decision making process. They fund vital basic science and population health research contributing to national and international understandings of asthma and how best to manage the disease. They have offices and staff in every State and Territory of Australia. They strive to improve the quality of life for people with asthma by providing accessible, affordable and evidence-based services. For more information about this interview, visit this link: http://healthprofessionalradio.com.au/2015/11/11/health-supplier-segment-asthma-australia/
Treating Asthma and Eczema With Plant-­Based Diets
 
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Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) DESCRIPTION: Pilot studies on treating allergic eczema and severe asthma with dietary interventions have shown remarkable results. If you missed the first three videos of this 4-part series here are the links: • Preventing Asthma With Fruits and Vegetables (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/preventing-asthma-with-fruits-and-vegetables/) • Treating Asthma With Fruits and Vegetables (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-asthma-with-fruits-and-vegetables) • Treating Asthma With Plants vs. Supplements? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-asthma-with-plants-vs-supplements) More on eczema and diet can be found in my videos: • Preventing Childhood Allergies (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/preventing-childhood-allergies/) • Preventing Allergies in Adulthood (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/preventing-allergies-in-adulthood/) • Alkylphenol Endocrine Disruptors and Allergies (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/alkylphenol-endocrine-disruptors-and-allergies/) • Dietary Sources of Alkylphenol Endocrine Disruptors (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/dietary-sources-of-alkylphenol-endocrine-disruptors/) There are a number of other conditions plant-based diets have been found to be effective in treating: • Treating Multiple Sclerosis With the Swank MS Diet (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-multiple-sclerosis-with-the-swank-ms-diet/) • Dietary Treatment of Crohn's Disease (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/achieving-remission-of-crohns-disease/) • Cavities and Coronaries: Our Choice (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/cavities-and-coronaries-our-choice/) • Cancer Reversal Through Diet? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/cancer-reversal-through-diet/) • Dietary Treatment for Painful Menstrual Periods (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/dietary-treatment-for-painful-menstrual-periods/) • Nutrient-Dense Approach to Weight Management (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/nutrient-dense-approach-to-weight-management/) • Plant-Based Diets For Breast Pain (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/plant-based-diets-for-breast-pain/) • Treating Parkinson's Disease With Diet (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-parkinsons-disease-with-diet/) • Fibromyalgia vs. Vegetarian & Raw Vegan Diets (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/fibromyalgia-vs-vegetarian-raw-vegan-diets/) • Prostate vs. a Plant-Based Diet (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/prostate-versus-a-plant-based-diet/) Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-asthma-and-eczema-with-plant-based-diets/ and he'll try to answer it! http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/ • Subscribe: http://http://nutritionfacts.org/subscribe/ • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate
Views: 50625 NutritionFacts.org
Evidence-Based Medicine or Evidence-Biased?
 
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Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) DESCRIPTION: Evidence-based medicine may ironically bias medical professionals against the power of dietary intervention. This is one of my favorite videos of the year so far. If you're not familiar with Dr. Esselstyn's work I touch on it in: • Fully Consensual Heart Disease Treatment (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/fully-consensual-heart-disease-treatment/) • Cavities and Coronaries: Our Choice (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/cavities-and-coronaries-our-choice/) • One in a Thousand: Ending the Heart Disease Epidemic (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/one-in-a-thousand-ending-the-heart-disease-epidemic/) Sadly, medical students learn little about these powerful tools: • Doctors Know Less Than They Think About Nutrition (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/doctors-know-less-than-they-think-about-nutrition/) • Medical School Nutrition Training (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/medical-school-nutrition-education/) If you haven't heard of Pritikin, I introduce him here: Engineering a Cure (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/engineering-a-cure/) An intro to Dr. Ornish: Convergence of Evidence (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/convergence-of-evidence/) Dr. Burkitt: Dr. Burkitt's F-Word Diet (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/dr-burkitts-f-word-diet/) The Cornell-Oxford-China Study: China Study on Sudden Cardiac Death (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/china-study-on-sudden-cardiac-death/) And more on Dr. Walter Kempner's work at Duke coming soon! Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/evidence-based-medicine-or-evidence-biased/ and he'll try to answer it! http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/ • Subscribe: http://http://nutritionfacts.org/subscribe/ • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate
Views: 30065 NutritionFacts.org
Community Health Worker Strategies & Asthma Care
 
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Community Health Workers (CHWs) can serve an important role in improving outcomes for asthma patients. This free one-hour, recorded webinar will feature presentations by two national experts on the CHW workforce with a focus on research, evidence and program results associated with introducing trained, trusted and culturally-competent CHWs to the asthma team. The webinar is designed for primary care providers including pediatric clinics, family practice offices, community health centers, and school-based clinics; asthma specialists; home visiting programs and healthy homes initiatives; and those interested in addressing asthma disparities. Webinar faculty include Dr. James Krieger and Erica Marshall, MPH. Dr. Krieger, MD, MPH, is chief of the Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention Section at Public Health - Seattle & King County and Clinical Professor of Medicine and Health Services at the University of Washington. His asthma-related work focuses on reducing asthma health inequities through environmental and systems change interventions. Ms. Marshall is the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Asthma Prevention and Control Director. Webinar Recorded on November 6, 2014
Views: 314 Success with CHWS
v6.3_MJH_Respiratory Powerpoint for provider inservice 2013
 
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http://my.brainshark.com/v6-3-MJH-Respiratory-Powerpoint-for-provider-inservice-2013-482776873 - Topics Covered: * Definition of Asthma & COPD * Evidence based guidelines for diagnosis, evaluation, and management of asthma (& adults with COPD) * Coding * BCBS services available to assist provider's practice
Views: 82 Michael Harber
Nutritional Management For Asthma In English
 
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Nutritional Management; Nutrition management is fundamental for the prevention of type 2 diabetes and effective management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The aim is for people with diabetes to obtain the knowledge, skills and confidence to make appropriate food choices to reduce risk, improve glycaemic control and quality of life. With new diagnostic criteria anticipated to increase the number of people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK by a third, structured evidence-based dietary education will be an effective way to save on medical costs for prescription drugs.1 Nutrition Nutrition therapy has led to reductions in HbA1c of 1-2 per cent in people with newly diagnosed and existing type 2 diabetes.2 Dietary interventions can improve glycaemic control whilst also halting and even reversing progression of beta-cell failure and insulin resistance, thus reducing medication use in type 2 diabetes.3-5 Nutrition therapy can result in reduced health service utilisation and costs, and the savings may actually exceed the cost of providing the service.1,6 Intensive nutrition therapy has resulted in weight loss and improved glycaemic control at six months,5 12 months3 and four years.7 When insulin resistance dominates, weight loss is an effective strategy that increases insulin sensitivity, improving glycaemic control. Subscribe link http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=yogatutorials
Views: 25 yogatutorials
Marketing Health Messages to Diverse Populations - on Asthma Disparities Part 3 of 4
 
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A2 - Marketing Health Messages to Diverse Populations Part 3 of 4 Cassia Lewis-Land, MA, CCRP, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Project Director, General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine Recorded at the "Clearing the Air" conference addressing asthma disparities in Maryland on June 28th, 2011. Held at the Maritime Institute Conference Center in Linthicum, MD. For more materials visit; http://www.aafa-md.org/ http://www.aafa-md.org/asthma_summit.htm http://www.aafa-md.org/thumbdrive.htm Learn about social marketing techniques e￿ective for hard-to- reach populations in an e￿ort to reduce the health inequities. Examine the process and think like a marketer. Understand why information alone is not su￿cient for successful asthma management. Learn to always assume the point of view of the target audience; focus on the bottom line of behavior change; design and implement interventions that minimize barriers and maximize the bene￿ts of healthy behavior; and evaluate and re￿ne interventions based on evidence. The 'doer/non-doer' analysis will be taught to help leverage the power of those who practice healthy behaviors to help those who do not. Learn how to choose and use optimal communication channels, including social media, to reach targeted audiences. Research outcomes on more than a decade of marketing health messages to rural populations will be explored. A case study will be presented on a pilot project in which urban, low income parents use their cell phones to better manage their child's asthma. The model links parents to HealthCentral.com for an initial training session and simple instructions. Parents text daily information about their child's asthma level, symptoms, and administered medications. Daily graphs depicting these three factors are then transmitted to a case manager who, in the instance of more severe situations, contacts the parent to determine if the child needs to be evaluated by a physician. Bonnie Braun, Ph.D. is the ￿rst Herschel S. Horowitz Endowed Chair and Director of the Center for Health Literacy at the University of Maryland College Park, School of Public Health. Her focus is adult education. She has designed and conducted health literacy professional development workshops. Her research focuses on factors that help and hinder adoption of desired health outcomes among diverse, limited-resource families. Dr. Braun currently leads a USDA-funded study to develop core health messages for rural, low-income families. She serves on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, O￿ce of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Healthy People Health Communication and Health IT Working Group. Anne Marie O'Keefe, Ph.D., JD is a clinical psychologist, attorney, health advocate and teacher with more than three decades of experience in grassroots organizing and social reform. She was a registered Federal lobbyist for 17 years, and a founding leader and teacher of the discipline of media advocacy. She has served as policy director, legal advisor and communication manager for health organizations, government agencies, professional and business associations. Dr. O'Keefe is a recognized leader in tobacco control, women's health, entertainment education, social marketing and reducing health disparities. She received her doctorate in clinical psychologist from Ohio State University and her J.D. from Harvard Law School. She serves on the faculty of Morgan State University's School of Community Health and Policy where she teaches courses in Health Administration & Management, Health Law, Health Politics & Policy, Health Ethics, and Social Marketing. Cassia Lewis-Land, MA, CCRP is a Project Director in General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Ms. Lewis-Land has over twelve years of experience in research working with urban and rural minority populations. Her research interests are in asthma disease management by means of educational interventions in pediatric populations. In her current role as Project Director of a pediatric asthma clinical trial, she works with inner-city minority families in Metropolitan Baltimore.
Views: 160 AAFAMD
Marketing Health Messages to Diverse Populations - on Asthma Disparities Part 4 of 4
 
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A2 - Marketing Health Messages to Diverse Populations Part 4 of 4 Anne Marie O'Keefe, Ph.D., J.D., Morgan State University, Associate Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management Bonnie Braun, Ph.D., University of Maryland, Professor, Department of Family Science Cassia Lewis-Land, MA, CCRP, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Project Director, General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine Recorded at the "Clearing the Air" conference addressing asthma disparities in Maryland on June 28th, 2011. Held at the Maritime Institute Conference Center in Linthicum, MD. For more materials visit; http://www.aafa-md.org/ http://www.aafa-md.org/asthma_summit.htm http://www.aafa-md.org/thumbdrive.htm Learn about social marketing techniques e￿ective for hard-to- reach populations in an e￿ort to reduce the health inequities. Examine the process and think like a marketer. Understand why information alone is not su￿cient for successful asthma management. Learn to always assume the point of view of the target audience; focus on the bottom line of behavior change; design and implement interventions that minimize barriers and maximize the bene￿ts of healthy behavior; and evaluate and re￿ne interventions based on evidence. The 'doer/non-doer' analysis will be taught to help leverage the power of those who practice healthy behaviors to help those who do not. Learn how to choose and use optimal communication channels, including social media, to reach targeted audiences. Research outcomes on more than a decade of marketing health messages to rural populations will be explored. A case study will be presented on a pilot project in which urban, low income parents use their cell phones to better manage their child's asthma. The model links parents to HealthCentral.com for an initial training session and simple instructions. Parents text daily information about their child's asthma level, symptoms, and administered medications. Daily graphs depicting these three factors are then transmitted to a case manager who, in the instance of more severe situations, contacts the parent to determine if the child needs to be evaluated by a physician. Bonnie Braun, Ph.D. is the ￿rst Herschel S. Horowitz Endowed Chair and Director of the Center for Health Literacy at the University of Maryland College Park, School of Public Health. Her focus is adult education. She has designed and conducted health literacy professional development workshops. Her research focuses on factors that help and hinder adoption of desired health outcomes among diverse, limited-resource families. Dr. Braun currently leads a USDA-funded study to develop core health messages for rural, low-income families. She serves on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, O￿ce of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Healthy People Health Communication and Health IT Working Group. Anne Marie O'Keefe, Ph.D., JD is a clinical psychologist, attorney, health advocate and teacher with more than three decades of experience in grassroots organizing and social reform. She was a registered Federal lobbyist for 17 years, and a founding leader and teacher of the discipline of media advocacy. She has served as policy director, legal advisor and communication manager for health organizations, government agencies, professional and business associations. Dr. O'Keefe is a recognized leader in tobacco control, women's health, entertainment education, social marketing and reducing health disparities. She received her doctorate in clinical psychologist from Ohio State University and her J.D. from Harvard Law School. She serves on the faculty of Morgan State University's School of Community Health and Policy where she teaches courses in Health Administration & Management, Health Law, Health Politics & Policy, Health Ethics, and Social Marketing. Cassia Lewis-Land, MA, CCRP is a Project Director in General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Ms. Lewis-Land has over twelve years of experience in research working with urban and rural minority populations. Her research interests are in asthma disease management by means of educational interventions in pediatric populations. In her current role as Project Director of a pediatric asthma clinical trial, she works with inner-city minority families in Metropolitan Baltimore.
Views: 75 AAFAMD
Nutritional Management For Asthma In Francis
 
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Gestion Nutritonal Dans le yoga pour l'asthme Nutritional Management; Nutrition management is fundamental for the prevention of type 2 diabetes and effective management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The aim is for people with diabetes to obtain the knowledge, skills and confidence to make appropriate food choices to reduce risk, improve glycaemic control and quality of life. With new diagnostic criteria anticipated to increase the number of people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK by a third, structured evidence-based dietary education will be an effective way to save on medical costs for prescription drugs.1 Nutrition Nutrition therapy has led to reductions in HbA1c of 1-2 per cent in people with newly diagnosed and existing type 2 diabetes.2 Dietary interventions can improve glycaemic control whilst also halting and even reversing progression of beta-cell failure and insulin resistance, thus reducing medication use in type 2 diabetes.3-5 Nutrition therapy can result in reduced health service utilisation and costs, and the savings may actually exceed the cost of providing the service.1,6 Intensive nutrition therapy has resulted in weight loss and improved glycaemic control at six months,5 12 months3 and four years.7 When insulin resistance dominates, weight loss is an effective strategy that increases insulin sensitivity, improving glycaemic control. Subscribe link http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=yogatutorials
Views: 16 yogatutorials
The BETTER approach to preventing chronic diseases
 
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The BETTER approach to preventing chronic diseases harnesses high level evidence-based strategies, resources, and tools. BETTER focuses on those chronic diseases showing strong evidence that prevention and screening improves outcomes. Using a collaborative approach, BETTER provides a framework for a paradigm shift from fragmented disease-specific management to a proactive, personalised, comprehensive approach that engages patients as active participants in their own health. The BETTER Program http://www.better-program.ca/ http://dfcm.utoronto.ca/news/new-better-prevention-practitioner-training-institute-launched-toronto University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine https://www.dfcm.utoronto.ca/ https://twitter.com/uoftfamilymed https://www.facebook.com/UofTFamilyMed/
Views: 4069 Science Animated
Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence - AAFA of MD Asthma Disparities Conference Part 3 of 4
 
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With Bernard Abbott, M.D. - Part 3 of 4 Recorded at the "Clearing the Air" conference addressing asthma disparities in Maryland on June 28th, 2011. Held at the Maritime Institute Conference Center in Linthicum, MD. For more materials visit; http://www.aafa-md.org/ http://www.aafa-md.org/asthma_summit.htm http://www.aafa-md.org/thumbdrive.htm B-4. The Human Side of Asthma: Educating Patients to Make Healthy Decisions - Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence Panelists: Arlene Butz, Sc.D, RN, MSN, CPNP, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Greg Diette, M.D., MHS, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Associate Professor & Director Clinical Research, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Bernard Abbott, M.D., South Baltimore Family Health Center, Medical Director, Pediatrician Health disparities and adherence are uniquely interrelated. Multiple factors coalesce unfavorably by race. These include poverty, education, occupation, health care access, ambient air pollution, adherence, allergens and indoor pollution. How is communication central to health disparities? Are there race di￿erences associated with adherence? Is asthma care worse in a particular racial community? Learn the answers to these questions and about multi faceted interventions from both a macro (systems) and micro (clinic) level -- both of which are needed to impact this chronic disease. Although anti-in￿ammatory medication remains the cornerstone of treatment for persistent asthma, only about 50% of inhaled medications are taken as prescribed and adherence does not improve with increased severity. To understand adherence one must understand the culture and social context of the patient and how they integrate the asthma treatment into his/her everyday life. There are several types of non-adherence including intentional, erratic and unwitting. Several barriers to appropriate medication adherence include parental worry and concern regarding medication side e￿ects, confusion with aerobic steroids; complex dosing regimens, cost of medications and poor health care provider-parent communication. Providing parents with pharmacy re￿ll records and conveying the number of ￿lls of anti-in￿ammatory and rescue medications ￿lled over the past 12 months has motivated some parents to increase adherence to anti-in￿ammatory medications. This presentation will de￿ne adherence, discuss the types of adherence and present evidence-based interventions that promote medication adherence and provide practical tips to improve patient adherence from multiple perspectives. Bernard Abbott, M.D. has served at South Baltimore Family Health Center (SBFHC) for the past 27 years as a full time, board certi￿ed pediatrician and has been medical director for SBFHC for the past 23 years. Dr. Abbott is currently the Chief Medical O￿cer for Family Health Centers of Baltimore. In addition, he is an attending physician at both Harbor Hospital Center and Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore. Dr. Abbott is also a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine and has been a preceptor and mentor for nursing and nurse practitioner students at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing for the past 8 years.
Views: 253 AAFAMD
Understanding Key Elements of Effective Clinical Decision Support Building an Asthma Clinical Decisi
 
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Presenter: Anna Gard This workshop outlines the development of an electronic asthma clinical decision support tool integrating the 2007 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP) Asthma Guidelines aimed to improve the quality of asthma management in the medical home model. Electronic reporting capabilities can measure the tool's impact on asthma management, health outcomes, and health disparities. This tool can serve as a prototype for other clinical decision support tools for the electronic health record, personal health record and mobile devices. This project is part of an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Indoor Air Quality Grant in collaboration with Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) and Alliance of Chicago.
Views: 291 NAMGT
Marketing Health Messages to Diverse Populations - on Asthma Disparity Part 2 of 4
 
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A2 - Marketing Health Messages to Diverse Populations Part 2 of 4 Anne Marie O'Keefe, Ph.D., J.D., Morgan State University, Associate Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management Bonnie Braun, Ph.D., University of Maryland, Professor, Department of Family Science Recorded at the "Clearing the Air" conference addressing asthma disparities in Maryland on June 28th, 2011. Held at the Maritime Institute Conference Center in Linthicum, MD. For more materials visit; http://www.aafa-md.org/ http://www.aafa-md.org/asthma_summit.htm http://www.aafa-md.org/thumbdrive.htm Learn about social marketing techniques e￿ective for hard-to- reach populations in an e￿ort to reduce the health inequities. Examine the process and think like a marketer. Understand why information alone is not su￿cient for successful asthma management. Learn to always assume the point of view of the target audience; focus on the bottom line of behavior change; design and implement interventions that minimize barriers and maximize the bene￿ts of healthy behavior; and evaluate and re￿ne interventions based on evidence. The 'doer/non-doer' analysis will be taught to help leverage the power of those who practice healthy behaviors to help those who do not. Learn how to choose and use optimal communication channels, including social media, to reach targeted audiences. Research outcomes on more than a decade of marketing health messages to rural populations will be explored. A case study will be presented on a pilot project in which urban, low income parents use their cell phones to better manage their child's asthma. The model links parents to HealthCentral.com for an initial training session and simple instructions. Parents text daily information about their child's asthma level, symptoms, and administered medications. Daily graphs depicting these three factors are then transmitted to a case manager who, in the instance of more severe situations, contacts the parent to determine if the child needs to be evaluated by a physician. Bonnie Braun, Ph.D. is the ￿rst Herschel S. Horowitz Endowed Chair and Director of the Center for Health Literacy at the University of Maryland College Park, School of Public Health. Her focus is adult education. She has designed and conducted health literacy professional development workshops. Her research focuses on factors that help and hinder adoption of desired health outcomes among diverse, limited-resource families. Dr. Braun currently leads a USDA-funded study to develop core health messages for rural, low-income families. She serves on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, O￿ce of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Healthy People Health Communication and Health IT Working Group. Anne Marie O'Keefe, Ph.D., JD is a clinical psychologist, attorney, health advocate and teacher with more than three decades of experience in grassroots organizing and social reform. She was a registered Federal lobbyist for 17 years, and a founding leader and teacher of the discipline of media advocacy. She has served as policy director, legal advisor and communication manager for health organizations, government agencies, professional and business associations. Dr. O'Keefe is a recognized leader in tobacco control, women's health, entertainment education, social marketing and reducing health disparities. She received her doctorate in clinical psychologist from Ohio State University and her J.D. from Harvard Law School. She serves on the faculty of Morgan State University's School of Community Health and Policy where she teaches courses in Health Administration & Management, Health Law, Health Politics & Policy, Health Ethics, and Social Marketing.
Views: 154 AAFAMD
Implementing Evidence-based Guidelines
 
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Evidence-based guidelines (EBGs) play a critical role in improving patient care and outcomes. A panel of experts from the Federal, state and local levels discuss how EBGs are changing EMS, the challenge of educating providers on EBGs at the state and local levels, gaining buy-in and incorporating the guidelines into practice.
Nursing Care Plan Tutorial | How to Complete a Care Plan in Nursing School
 
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Developing a nursing care plan: This nursing care plan tutorial has a free sample care plan resource that you can use to help develop your care plans for nursing school. (see link below). Nursing care plans are often a big part of nursing school, and nurses do use care plans on the job. This video tutorial (lecture) will explain how to complete a nursing care plan. Here is a video on how to complete a nursing care plan with the nursing diagnosis, patient goals, nursing interventions, and evaluation. This care plan is for a patient with nausea. Nursing Care Plan Database: http://www.registerednursern.com/nursing/free-care-plans/ Overview of care plans: http://www.registerednursern.com/nursing-care-plans-free-care-plan-examples-for-a-registered-nurses-rn-students/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=registerednursern Nursing School Supplies: http://www.registerednursern.com/the-ultimate-list-of-nursing-medical-supplies-and-items-a-new-nurse-student-nurse-needs-to-buy/ Nursing Job Search: http://www.registerednursern.com/nursing-career-help/ Visit our website RegisteredNurseRN.com for free quizzes, nursing care plans, salary information, job search, and much more: http://www.registerednursern.com Check out other Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/RegisteredNurseRN/videos Popular Playlists: "NCLEX Study Strategies": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWtwCDmLHyX2UeHofCIcgo0 "Nursing Skills Videos": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUhd_qQYEbp0Eab3uUKhgKb "Nursing School Study Tips": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWBO40qeDmmaMwMHJEWc9Ms "Nursing School Tips & Questions": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVQok-t1X5ZMGgQr3IMBY9M "Teaching Tutorials": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUkW_DpJekN_Y0lFkVNFyVF "Types of Nursing Specialties": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfW8dRD72gUFa5W7XdfoxArp "Healthcare Salary Information": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVN0vmEP59Tx2bIaB_3Qhdh "New Nurse Tips": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVTqH6LIoAD2zROuzX9GXZy "Nursing Career Help": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVXjptWyvj2sx1k1587B_pj "EKG Teaching Tutorials": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfU-A9UTclI0tOYrNJ1N5SNt "Personality Types": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfU0qHnOjj2jf4Hw8aJaxbtm "Dosage & Calculations for Nurses": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUYdl0TZQ0Tc2-hLlXlHNXq "Diabetes Health Managment": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXtEx17D7zC1efmWIX-iIs9
Views: 211408 RegisteredNurseRN
What is NEBULIZER? What does NEBULIZER mean? NEBULIZER meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is NEBULIZER? What does NEBULIZER mean? NEBULIZER meaning - NEBULIZER pronunciation - NEBULIZER definition - NEBULIZER explanation - How to pronounce NEBULIZER? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. In medicine, a nebuliser or nebulizer (see spelling differences) is a drug delivery device used to administer medication in the form of a mist inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers are commonly used for the treatment of cystic fibrosis, asthma, COPD and other respiratory diseases or disorders. Analytical nebulizers are another form of nebulizer and are used primarily in laboratory settings for elemental analysis. Nebulizers use oxygen, compressed air or ultrasonic power to break up solutions and suspensions into small aerosol droplets that can be directly inhaled from the mouthpiece of the device. The definition of an aerosol is a "mixture of gas and liquid particles." Various asthma guidelines, such as the Global Initiative for Asthma Guidelines , the British Guidelines on the management of Asthma, The Canadian Pediatric Asthma Consensus Guidelines, and United States Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment of Asthma each recommend metered dose inhalers in place of nebulizer-delivered therapies. The European Respiratory Society acknowledge that although nebulizers are used in hospitals and at home they suggest much of this use may not be evidence-based. Recent evidence show that nebulizers are no more effective than metered-dose inhalers (MDIs) with spacers and that MDIs may offer advantages in children with acute asthma. Those findings refer specifically to the treatment of asthma and not to the efficacy of nebulisers generally, as for COPD for example. For COPD, especially when assessing exacerbations or lung attacks, evidence shows no benefit from MDIs over nebulizers. European Respiratory Society highlighted a risk relating to droplet size reproducibility caused by selling nebulizer devices separately from nebulized solution. They found this practice could vary droplet size 10-fold or more by changing from an inefficient nebulizer system to a highly efficient one. Two advantages attributed to nebulizers, compared to MDIs with spacers (inhalers), were their ability to deliver larger dosages at a faster rate, especially in acute asthma; however, recent data suggests actual lung deposition rates are the same. In addition, another trial found that a MDI (with spacer) had a lower required dose for clinical result compared to a nebulizer (see Clark, et al. other references).
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Asthma in children: Guidelines for primary care management
 
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Dr. Thomas Saba, pediatric pulmonologist, presents best practices for primary care providers in the care of pediatric patients with asthma. Presented at the 2018 Partners in Pediatric Care CME. Learn more about University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital's services for children with asthma at https://www.mottchildren.org/conditions-treatments/peds-respiratory-care/asthma
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Peripheral Artery Disease - Is There a Holistic Approach to Treatment?
 
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What is the best approach to peripheral arterial disease (PAD)? Do all blockages need to be treated? Is there evidence that lifestyle changes and self-management can provide relief from the symptoms of PAD and alter its course? Speaker: Matthew Mell, MD
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Evidence Based Nursing Part 1
 
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EBN tutorial
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