Asthma care resources for professionals
South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw (SYB) Integrated Care Systems (ICS) has embarked on an overarching transformation programme across our region to improve outcomes for children and young people.
Improving the Asthma care is an integral part of the transfromation plan, and a work programme has been designed to improve Asthma care in our region in line with the standards set out in the NHS England and Improvement national bundle of care for children and young people with Asthma.
There are 5 main components of the Asthma national bundle of care:
A. Environmental Impacts
B. Accurate and Early Diagnosis
C. Effective Preventative Medicine
D. Managing Exacerbations
E. Severe Asthma
These elements are supported by two golden threads:
- Asthma Competencies, Training and Education Needs
- Data and Digital
Defra UK AIR website: this website allows you to enter your postcode and it will then provide an air pollution forecast for the next 5 days. It also links you to health advice and any pollution alerts that have been issued.
Global action plan website (the charity behind the Clean Air Hub and National Clean Air Day): The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra), have a UK air pollution forecast map where you can see the latest air pollution levels for your area on a map. You can also search by town or postcode to see more local information.
Addresspollution: get a free Air Quality report for your address
Signposting your patient smoking cessation/quit smoking services
The QUIT Programme is a new initiative which will transform the way tobacco addiction is tackled in our hospitals, offering patients who smoke access to effective treatments and support as part of their routine care. Training on smoking and tobacco addiction
Our Healthier Together page shares up to date information for services in the different Places.
A free eLearning resource, designed for anyone who supports children and young people with asthma.
National Capabilities Framework - Tiered Training
NHS England funded learning resources for health professionals caring for children and young people with Asthma.
Local resources to raise awareness of asthma and personal asthma plans
Other asthma support organisations
The Primary Care Respiratory Society (PCRS) supports all Health Care Professionals in primary, community, and integrated care settings. We develop an optimal, holistic, patient-centred approach to delivering quality care for all people with respiratory conditions. We are advocates for the improvement of care and outcomes for people with respiratory diseases, bringing together all professions, offering them a welcoming, supportive, inclusive, non-hierarchical community where everybody has a voice.
We are a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. Our activities cover all of the UK. We seek to work collaboratively with others and maintain a global outlook focussed on improving respiratory care and removing inequalities in access to care and respiratory health outcomes.
They are a diverse group of people from health professionals to parents to asthma suffers themselves who believe passionately about improving awareness and knowledge about children’s asthma.