Becoming an Asthma Educator and Care Manager Course

Becoming an Asthma Educator
and Care Manager Course

About the Course

Virtual Course
May 20th, 2021

The Association of Asthma Educators' BAECM Course is dedicated to teaching participants to holistically approach the education of patients and families with asthma. Care topics discussed are asthma prevalence, goals of therapy, pathophysiology, controlling factors that contribute to severity, pharmacotherapy, medical administration, monitor symptoms, co-morbidities, and optimizing education. The application of core topics is reviewed through interactive case studies.

If you have any questions, please contact Amy Saltzman at amy.saltzman@mso.umt.edu or (406) 531-4032.

Registration

This course will be offered fully online and is open to all health care providers. Registration is free for Montana residents, but it is still important that you register so you can receive important information about the course.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the burden of asthma in the U.S.
  2. Outline key components of asthma management from the EPR-4 NHLBI Clinical Asthma Guidelines
  3. Optimize inspiratory flow for given inhalation devices
  4. Evaluate patients' and caregivers' educational needs and select management tools to optimize partnerships in care

Note: Although AAE's National Asthma Educator Certification Course is taught by experts in the field of asthma education and is designed to cover the NAECB Test Matrix. AAE cannot guarantee passage of The National Asthma Educator Certification exam following completion of this course.

Presented By:

The Association of Asthma Educators