Having asthma does not have to mean living with impairment. If your asthma causes trouble sleeping, frequent chest colds, or breathing problems that keep you from doing what you want to do, make a plan to stop asthma. Well controlled asthma does not interfere with your life or put you at risk for infections.
Asthma Ready® Communities uses a array of foundational principles and models to care and promote health among children and communities. Among these are: patient- and family-centered care, self-regulation, collective impact, learning health system, quality improvement, and health equity.
The ARC team is located in the division of Pulmonary Medicine & Allergy, Department of Child Health, University of Missouri (MU), School of Medicine. Dr. Francisco and the clinical staff are members of University Physicians practice group, providing specialty care at MU Women’s and Children Hospital, Pediatric Specialty Clinic.
Asthma Blues ® I and II are constructed on evidence-based messaging attached to music that deliver the patient education goals of the EPR-3 (Component 2: Education for a Partnership in Care), and 5 of the 6 Key Priority Messages from the GIP (Guidelines Implementation Panel) Report. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLyjviCigFY
The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) the leading not-for-profit organization overseeing physician certification in the United States, awarded Asthma Ready Communities at the University of Missouri (MU SOM) as …