Environmental Improvements for Children's Asthma Project
The Environmental Improvements for Children's Asthma (EICA) project is a program partnering with home visiting agencies to eliminate and reduce environmental asthma triggers in the homes of children with asthma.
The American Lung Association in Wisconsin is holding a series of webinars about asthma as part of the project. While these sessions are targeted toward home assessors participating in the EICA project, anyone interested in learning more about asthma and environmental trigger reduction is welcome to attend live webinars or review recorded sessions. Watch videos:
- Asthma Medications and Treatment
Led by Kimberly Granger, RN, Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group
- Asthma Pathophysiology
Led by Dr. Mitchell Grayson, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin
- Asthma Triggers and Home Environmental Assessments
Led by Pat Shumaker, Kenosha County Department of Human Services
- EICA Overview
- Patient Education Information and Resources
Led by Greg Krantz, RN, Will County Health Department
Page Last Updated: November 30, 2015
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