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#AskAboutAsthma Campaign Week 2020

Thank you for all the support for our #AskAboutAsthma campaign week on keeping children’s asthma under control particularly more so this year due to the coronavirus and this second wave.

Below you will find links to our blogs, podcasts, webinar recordings and slides from the campaign programme.


Using all of the rainbow – painting the picture of better asthma care for children and young people by Dan Devitt, Children’s Commissioner.

Why do an asthma peer review? by Sam Rostom, NCL, Children and Young Peoples Programme Director

Take a breather by Tori Hadaway, Community Children’s Specialist Asthma Nurse

How physiotherapy can help an asthmatic child, by Charlotte Wells, Specialist Paediatric Respiratory Physiotherapist, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Croydon asthma champion programme by Jo Massey and Jakki Sutherland, CHAH team

Asthma and indoor air quality by Catherine Sutton, Director, Airbourne Allergy Action

Responding to COVID-19: Video Group Consultations for children and young people with asthma by Sarah Kavanagh

Medicines optimisation in asthma – Role of a Paediatric Specialist Pharmacist by Sukeshi Makhecha,  Specialist Paediatric Asthma Pharmacist, Royal Brompton and Evelina Hospitals

How a Network Incentive Scheme can improve CYP asthma diagnosis and care by Tori Hadaway, Community Children’s Specialist Asthma Nurse

Reflections on developing an asthma network by Dr Stephen Goldring, Consultant Paediatrician, Director of Clinical Studies, The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Protecting children from air pollution at school and beyond by Anthony Mysak, Portfolio Manager, Guys and St Thomas’ Charity

Healthier Air Indoors – new resources for families by Professor Anne Greenough, Neonatology and Clinical Respiratory Physiology, Director of Education and Training at King’s Heath Partners, Academic Health Science Centre

St George’s Hospital Asthma Team Update by Jo Lawson, Asthma Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist

Back to school but not quite back to normal by Hannah Harniess



PODCAST 1 – How can community pharmacists improve care for young asthmatics?

PODCAST 2 – Ask the experts?

PODCAST 3 – Tertiary asthma care and the new referral protocol

PODCAST 4 – Asthma Friendly School – a how to guide

PODCAST 5 – Learning from asthma deaths

PODCAST 6 – Developing an asthma network

PODCAST 7 – Air quality and asthma – what have we learned from Covid-19


Webinar Recordings and Slides

Role of pharmacy for children and young peoples asthma during Covid, 14 Sept 2020

Raj Matharu – Welcome, context and vision: incorporating pharmacy into acute/elective teams

Bipin Patel – Joining up primary and community asthma care: Bexley CYP inhaler pilot

A film about the Bexley Pharmacy pilot, which aimed to provide pharmacists with an online tool to review patients with asthma from 5 to 25 years old.

Darush Attar – Responding to Covid-19: remote inhaler technique training

Marsha Alter – Looking to the future: what do patients want from their pharmacists and how technology can improve care

Webinar Slides

Supporting the older child: transition to adult care and the relationship between anxiety and asthma, 15 Sept 2020

Sam Prigmore & Fran Beresford – Transition to adult care

Webinar Slides

AskAboutAsthma 2020 – In the time of Covid-19, 16 Sept 2020

Virtual Conference – AskAboutAsthma in the time of Covid-19

Webinar Slides

How specialist nurses can support 3 asks and improve asthma care across the system, 17 Sept 2020

Tori Hadaway – How specialist nurses can support 3 asks

Webinar Slides

Why is good primary care essential for children and young people’s asthma, 18 Sept 2020

Julia Moody and Ren Lawlor – Why is good primary care essential

Webinar Slides

2020 Evaluation 

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