Acting on Behalf of my Child© (ABC) – designed for clinic or asthma educators, parents and caregivers of infants and young children with uncontrolled asthma. This educational program provides basic information on childhood asthma and how to care for it.

Asthma Control Everyday© (ACE)– designed for clinic or community educators focused on the school age child with asthma and their family. This asthma self-management program provides a learning opportunity and four key messages: 1) importance of taking a control medication (inhaled corticosteroid) twice a day every day, 2) how medication is breathed into the lungs (inhalation technique), 3) avoidance of asthma triggers and 4) importance of measuring airflow.

Asthma Ready Clinic Training, Part 1© – designed for physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who provide direct care to individuals who have asthma. This 2-hour continuing  medical education (CME) program developed by the MU School of Medicine is based on Physicians Asthma Care Education (PACE) and is intended to enhance guidelines-based practices in primary care.

Asthma Ready Clinic Training, Part 2© – designed for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and all clinic staff. This 4-hour CME program builds on part 1 and is aimed at organizing and providing equipment to local clinical teams to implement EPR3-compliant practices.

Becoming an Asthma Educator and Care Manager (BAECM) teaches participants to holistically approach the education of families and patients with asthma (Association of Asthma Educators)

Counseling for Asthma Risk Reduction© (CARR) – designed for clinic-based educators to encourage use of standardized multi-media curriculum to provide comprehensive education and guidance to children and families during the first four clinic visits for asthma.

Community Health Worker training prepares entry-level community health workers (CHW) to provide basic asthma management education (Association of Asthma Educators)

Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma Expert Panel Review-3 (EPR-3) Guidelines is a report organized around four essential components of asthma care, namely: assessment and monitoring, patient education, control of factors contributing to asthma severity, and pharmacologic treatment

Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) is learning and guided practice model that revolutionizes medical education and increases primary care workforce capacity to provide best-practice specialty care and reduce health disparities

1 – Impact Asthma: Essentials

2 – Asthma Care Accelerator (Quality Improvement / Maintenance of Certification)

3 – Community: Asthma Care and Education

Home Environment Assessment training for individuals and organizations who are interested in receiving specialized training and becoming credentialed by the Southeast Missouri State University Center for Environmental Analysis.

Impact Asthma Kids© – evidence-based educational cartoons that help children and families learn about asthma

Maintenance of Certification (MOC) is a program designed to help physicians keep abreast of advances in their fields, improve practice systems, and demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning

Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalized learning environments

Missouri Quitline offers telephone and online counseling and resource materials to assist individuals who want to quit smoking or using other tobacco products

Pharmacist Asthma Encounter Management Application© (EMAT) This 90-minute web-based training program prepares pharmacists to provide Expert Panel Report 3 (EPR3) – compliant, standardized education for asthma medication related problems.

Primary Care Health Home is a way to coordinate care for our Medicaid patients who have complex chronic diseases and mental health disorders.

Teaming Up for Asthma Control© (TUAC) – designed for school nurses and is an asthma self-management education program for school age children  School nurses receive 2.5 hours of on-line training, delivered as streaming video, with online pretest and posttest. Following successful completion, the school nurse receives the asthma literacy curriculum for students and parents, free digital flow meter for measuring forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV1)/ peak expiratory flow (PEF) and an In Check Dial to improve students’ inhalation technique.

VidScrip is a simple, web-based platform that delivers educational health message from a physician/clinic to a patient’s mobile phone