Utah Asthma Program
Utah Asthma Program

Medical Office Resources

Asthma Education Toolkit | Medical Home Portal | Patient Materials | Inhaler Videos

 

 

The Asthma Education Toolkit | Toptoolkit

The Asthma Education Toolkit was developed to assist medical offices in developing a process that encourages asthma education at every point of care from every member of the medical team.

The toolkit is designed to enhance team-based asthma education in a variety of health system settings, including the doctor's office, emergency department, hospital, and other offices.

The Toolkit is based the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program's Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma (EPR-3).

 

The Medical Home Portal | Top

The Medical Home Portal is web-based unique source of reliable information about children and youth with special health care needs, including asthma. The Medical Home Portal also provides available resources utilized in Utah, Idaho, Montana, and New Mexico. Families, Physicians, medical home teams, and other professionals and caregivers can use the Medical Home Portal as a "one-stop shop" for information about asthma, local resources, and materials.

Utah Children's Care Coordination Network (UCCCN)

The UCCCN was established with the Medical Home Portal and is a source of information, resources, tools, expert advice, and peer learning and support for pediatric and family practice staff members who help coordinate the care of patients.

The UCCCN meets monthly. UCCCN Members can take advantage of the UCCCN email listserv to seek answers to questions, share ideas, and find support in between meetings. The UCCCN meetings are held every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 8:30-10:00 am.

To participate, contact Mindy Tueller (mindy.tueller@utah.edu) or Tay Haines (tay.haines@utah.edu).

 

Patient Education Materials (PDFs) | Top

Asthma Basics

Asthma Management

Asthma Medications

Asthma and Other Diseases

 

How to Use Inhaler Videos | Top

 

 

*These are general instructions. The medication insert should be consulted for specific inhaler instructions.