Horrified watching incorrect asthma advice on daytime TV

Normally I would be excited and shouting from the rooftops that there has been a segment dedicated to asthma on a very popular morning TV show. Not this time, quite the opposite. Everyone in the asthma field (patients, clinicians, pharmacists, industry, pharma as well as many more) has been left stunned and in utter disbelief… Continue reading Horrified watching incorrect asthma advice on daytime TV

Going green with inhalers…..

If you are on social media and follow some people in the asthma world you will see that this seems to be a big topic. You will also more than likely see this image: Ventolin Evohaler vs Ventolin Accuhaler The humble Ventolin Evohaler pMDI (pressurised metered dose inhaler) or puffer is taking a huge amount… Continue reading Going green with inhalers…..

Essentials for Good Asthma Management

Recently on social media I have become so aware that many with asthma do not have the essential tools they need to enable them to manage their asthma effectively and live a life where asthma does not impede their daily routine. 1. Personal Asthma Action Plan (PAAP) or action plan for short. This is essential… Continue reading Essentials for Good Asthma Management

Just use appropriate pictures!!!

I really can't believe its been a week since I got back to the UK and Healthevoices is over. I still can't put into words how I feel about it. It was nothing I could ever imagine and really can't put it in words. It was truly fantastic. Before I settle to write about the… Continue reading Just use appropriate pictures!!!

Asthma in the news

Asthma has been in the news a lot recently, most of this has been reports on how awful the asthma care is for those with asthma in the UK. It is not all negative and there has been the odd positive bit of reporting such as new drugs being developed or gaining approval for use… Continue reading Asthma in the news