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How to complete a Personalised Asthma Action Plan

Posted on: 30 May 2019
 

Join Carol Stonham and Viv Marsh as they discuss the importance of an asthma action plan that has been personalised with and for the patient.

Make the PAAP central to your consultation, and not just the piece that comes out at the end. Make sure that your patient is at all times symptom aware.

Ensuring that a patient has a PAAP is everyone’s responsibility.

Watch this video – it is guaranteed to be 15 minutes well spent.




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