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Asthma Continuing Education (CE) Opportunities


Environmental Management of Pediatric Asthma

Provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • CE: 1.75 hours | Cost: Free
  • This online educational activity supports the development of skills and knowledge to effectively manage and improve health outcomes for children with asthma. It provides the impetus for collaboration between health care providers, patients, parents, and caregivers to identify environmental triggers and implement evidence-based environmental interventions for asthma.

Navigating Asthma Control: A Severe Asthma Roadmap for Improved Diagnosis and Personalized Treatment – Now with COVID-19 Updates

Provided by Mount Sinai – National Jewish Health Respiratory Institute and National Jewish Health

  • .5 CME hours | Cost: Free
  • This 30-minute case-based enduring activity covers the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with severe asthma with a focus on new biologic treatments and ways to reduce oral corticosteroid use, and now includes an update on how to manage patients with severe asthma during COVID-19.

Asthma and the Respiratory Therapist

Provided by American Association for Respiratory Care

  • CRCE: 3.5 hours | Cost: $15 for AARC members, $30 for non-members
  • This course provides an overview of the four key elements of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute’s Expert Panel Report, 3rd edition (2007).

A Day in the Life of a Child with Severe Asthma

Provided by Prime CME/CE

  • Free, 1 hr CME/CE webcast is hosted by 2 experts in pediatric asthma, and features real-life video clips from children living with severe asthma to expose the clinical, psychological, and quality-of-life implications of asthma control and illustrate best practices for managing severe cases.
  • More about parenting and asthma.

Ozone and Your Patient's Health

Provided by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Allergy and Asthma CEUs

Provided by Allergy & Asthma Network

  • Free, variety of credits and courses on allergy and asthma topics for any health professional. Searchable course database, ability to track licensing credits using their CME wallet.
  • More about asthma and severe allergies

Asthma Management and Education

Provided by Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America

Asthma Insights: Treating by Phenotype and Improving Adherence to Treatment

Provided by Vindico

  • Free, 1.25 credits CME to help family physicians, internists, and other health care professionals involved in the management of patients with asthma.
  • More about patient asthma management

Montana Asthma Program – CE Webinars

Provided by Montana Asthma Control Program

  • Each of the 9 available webinars has been approved for 1 CE for pharmacists and respiratory therapists, but may be applicable to other professions, such as nurses.
  • Topics range from Spirometry to Complementary and Alternative Treatments.

Particle Pollution and Your Patients' Health

Provided by CDC/EPA

  • Free, 1.2-hr CME/CNE to help physicians, nurses and other clinicians learn more about particulate matter or PM, the main component of haze, smoke, and dust, and help educate their patients how to reduce risk from exposure.
  • More about outdoor air quality and asthma

Michigan asthma events frequently provide opportunities to earn various health professional credits, check our asthma event calendar for one near you.