CE Course-Smoking Cessation and Asthma
The relationship between asthma and smoking is a significant concern among health professionals. Asthma disproportionately affects smokers. Tobacco smoke is one of the most common asthma triggers and can increase the severity of attacks. Secondhand smoke is also a risk factor for new cases of asthma, especially among preschool aged children who have not already exhibited asthma symptoms. This course addresses key strategies to help smokers with asthma to quit.
Click below to complete the form and you’ll be able to watch the webinar and download the course materials. You can also take the post-test and get 1.0 free CE credit. The following continuing education credits are being offered for this course: CA BBS, APA, ASWB, CAADE, and CME.
- Webinar Recording & Slide Deck: presented by Lyne Goodlett Scott, MD, is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics (USC Keck School of Medicine), Allergy and Immunology Division Chief, Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Training Program Director, and Director of the Breathmobile Program at LAC+USC Medical Center.
- Patient Fact Sheets-Asthma and Smoking and Secondhand Smoke