EXTENSION FOR COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE OUTCOMES. The Asthma Case Presentation. Michelle Harkins Kathleen Moseley Ruth Ann Goradia. WORKING TO BRING SPECIALTY HEALTHCARE TO ALL PEOPLE.
The mission of Project ECHO is to develop the capacity to safely and effectively treat chronic, common and complex diseases in rural and underserved areas and to monitor outcomes.
Supported by Agency for Health Research and Quality HIT grant 1 UC1 HS015135-04, and MRISP, R24HS16510-02 and the New Mexico Legislature, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Developed by the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program
1. Infrastructure & Supportive Policies
2. Health & Mental Health Services
6. Family & Community Involvement
5. Physical Education & Activity
3. Asthma Education
4. Healthy School Environment
emergency plan for asthma episodes at school
Ensure adequate student health records
Encourage policies to allow students to carry and self-administer medications
Ensure immediate access to medications
during all school activities
Establish Emergency Plan
for Asthma Episodes at
Develop school-wide emergency
Ensure immediate access
to medications at all times
Identify Students with Asthma
Monitor Students’ Asthma
All school staff should:
Obtain and use an asthma action plan for each student with asthma
An action plan includes:
Global Initiative for Asthma, NIH Publication No 02-3659, 2002
The mission of Project ECHO is to
develop the capacity to safely and effectively treat chronic, common and complex diseases in rural and underserved areas and to monitor outcomes.
Supported by Agency for Health Research and Quality grant 1 UC1 HS015135-02 and New Mexico Legislature
WORKING TO BRING SPECIALTY HEALTHCARE TO ALL PEOPLE