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The Ella Roberta Family Foundation Oct 7
In the UK every2-3 minutes someone has an asthma attack and in London up to12 children die each year from asthma. By removing diesel will there less asthma attacks?
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Christine Kirkpatrick Sep 22
It's the last day of the campaign! Huge thanks to everyone who has helped spread the word that children's asthma can be massively improved by 1 an asthma plan 2 an inhaler technique check & 3 a yearly review
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CYP Asthma Barts Health Sep 24
Continuing our drive throughout September at with big help from our fantastic community asthma nurse . Come for teaching for a chance to win our hamper!
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Sadiq Khan Sep 17
As someone who developed asthma as an adult, I know from personal experience the damage that London’s toxic air is doing to our health. I’m proud to support the campaign to encourage young Londoners to and get the help they need.
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London Ambulance Service Sep 22
90% of child asthma deaths are preventable. But fewer than half of London’s children and young people with asthma know how to use their inhalers properly. We are proud to support campaign and help save lives.
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Act Fast First Aid for Schools Oct 4
Do your schools have the emergency asthma inhalers? Please get in touch if you need any help.
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AcademyOfFabStuff Sep 22
Have a look at the Campaign which launched to improve lives for asthma sufferers...
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Dan Devitt Sep 18
Incredible to see the three CNS from BHR at the event! Lucky we have you guys!!
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Cllr Krupesh Hirani Sep 20
Readjust your plans and leave your car at home this weekend
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NHS Sutton CCG Sep 16
The campaign sets out 3️⃣ steps to help control asthma: 1️⃣ Having an asthma management plan 📝 2️⃣ Using your inhaler effectively ✅ 3️⃣ Having an annual asthma review 🗓️ For more information 👉
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Georgie Oct 3
Wonderful news new London Vision launched at the London Health Board conference promotes the campaign
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CYP StN Network Sep 18
what an amazing trend, the biggest thing for me I’ve learnt about asthma is the impact that inhaler technique can have on children and admissions to hospital, do not assume that children with asthma understand their inhaler and how they should be using it
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Healthy London Partnership 5h
We’ve had a fantastic response to this year’s campaign. To ensure next years is even better, please help us by completing this short survey and distributing it to your networks.
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Laura Cartwright Oct 9
Excited for the launch of 's monthly UK respiratory tracker! HCPs in September encouraged patients to , what will they be talking about next month?!
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SCYPS East London NHS Foundation Trust Sep 18
Our community asthma nurse networking at annual conference. Amazing to hear the journey from 2017-2019 in North East London where the community asthma nurses have increased from 2 to 7, enabling each borough to have access to their own asthma nurse.
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Laura King Sep 18
Totally blown away by Chloe yesterday speaking so eloquently about what she wants and needs as a YP with asthma - to be listened to and heard, spoken to like an adult but appreciate her need for explanation - and to not define her by her condition. Well said! 👏
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Barts Health Sep 16
The campaign this year is focusing on the message of 'One Thing'. What's the one thing you would you like to see happen to improve asthma care ?
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Mo Akindolie Sep 18
Dr Norrice Liu sharing about asthma and air quality. Lots of practical tips on how to reduce exposure for children and young people.
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Richard Chavasse Oct 3
There was a young child with asthma Who was wheezing and breathing too fasta They took their inhaler Correctly using a spacer The symptoms of asthma - they passeda
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Richard Chavasse Oct 14
Fantastic - about time - as you know more than 90% images of ‘asthma’ in the press show inappropriate inhaler technique. Illustrations of spacers +/- mask & preventer inhalers, adequately supervised are very important.
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