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CME: Improving Outcomes Among Asthma Patients

asthma cmeA new American Journal of Medicine continuing education program– Strategies to Improve Outcomes in Patients with Asthma– will provide physicians with imperative information about the rationale of asthma control for each stage of disease. Expert panel will discuss biomarkers of disease activity, new biologics and the asthma and COPD overlap syndrome among other relevant topics. Physicians will also be exposed to different disease monitoring tools as well as recent clinical trial data to ensure appropriate and individualized treatment plans can be implemented in their practice. With the information provided, learners will be able to better treat and manage their asthma patients and improve overall quality of life in those individuals through both short-term gains and long-term successes.

Target Audience

Allergists/Immunologists, pulmonologists, primary care physicians, and other healthcare clinicians responsible for the care of patients with asthma

Educational Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Examine the pathology of asthma, and discuss the characteristics of pediatric and adult-onset asthma to ensure differential diagnosis
  2. Review the rationale of asthma control of each stage of disease, in addition to disease monitoring tools and recent clinical trial data to ensure appropriate treatment selection
  3. Implement patient education and communication tactics in individualized treatment plans to improve patient adherence, self-management, and overall quality of life in asthma patients

Check out this CME module on our website here.

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