King County Asthma Program
Asthma guidelines and educational resources
Facts about asthma
Methods for controlling asthma
Green cleaning recipes
Información en español
Tools and documents
Community health worker guidelines
Patient education materials
Current and past programs
Asthma program highlights
- You otter know (about asthma) (May 17, 2016, Public Health Insider)
Did you know that May is Asthma Awareness month? Asthma impacts nine percent of adults, five percent of kids, and one sea otter in King County.
- EPA recognizes asthma program's leadership (May 3, 2016, Public Health Insider)
On May 3, 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the King County Asthma Program as a recipient of the 2016 National Environmental Leadership Award in Asthma Management. The award honors local asthma programs for leadership in improving the lives of people with asthma, especially those in underserved communities.
- Guidelines to Practice (G2P): Reducing Asthma Health Disparities through Guideline Implementation
The purpose of G2P is to help children and adults with asthma. The goal of the study is to work with clinics, health plans, and with patients in their homes to improve asthma care. The focus of this program is on low-income and minority asthma patients: these patients are affected on a larger scale by asthma.
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