#AskAboutAsthma is back! Keeping children’s asthma under control is particularly important this year due to the coronavirus and any potential second wave.
This year’s campaign will look slightly different from previous years. Running from 14-20 September, it will include a week-long schedule of webinars, podcasts, blogs, social media activity and a virtual conference on Wednesday 16 September (am). Each day will have a particular focus, e.g. primary care, pharmacy, schools, nurses, air quality and parents and families.
Remember social media is a great way to spread the word and support our campaign, please feel free to use the links and the images on this page and don’t forget to use #AskAboutAsthma when communicating messages in your social media channels, and we will retweet and like any messages you use.
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2020 Partner Communications Toolkits
2020 Social Media
To view our campaign weeks webinars, slides and listen to our podcasts visit #AskAboutAsthma Campaign Week, 2020
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