Promoting Asthma Self-Management Program (PASP)

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Promoting Asthma Self-Management Program (PASP)

Project 3dii - Expansion of asthma home-based self-management program

Project Objective Statement

Implement an asthma self-management program including home environmental trigger reduction, self-monitoring, medication use, and medical follow-up to reduce avoidable ED and hospital care. The goal of this project is to develop population-based services to address asthma exacerbation factors.

Project Management

Alexandra Kranidis, MPH, CPH
Program Assistant
Office of Population Health
Tel: (631) 638-1772
[email protected]

Project Leadership

Ellen Miller
Associate Director of Operations
Children’s Hospital, Stony Book Medicine
Tel: (631) 444-2205
[email protected]

Dr. Susmita Pati
Chief, Division of Primary Care Pediatrics, Associate Professor of Pediatrics,
Stony Brook University School of Medicine & Stony Brook Children's Hospital
Tel: (631) 444-3094
[email protected]

Project Workgroup & Committee Membership

Project Workgroup Charge
A composition of subject matter experts engaged to support the development, execution and monitoring of project milestones.

Project Committee Charge
A composition of key internal and external project stakeholders, including representation from key community and public service and governmental agencies engaged to support the conclusions, deliverables and monitor system impacts of the DSRIP Program.

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Project Documents

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Project Resources & Quick Links

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Achieving Guidelines-Based Care for People Living with Asthma, Fact Sheet, American Lung Association

Patient Asthma Action Plans:

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