Course Syllabus: Asthma 101
with CEU Certificate*
Welcome to Asthma 101, a brief introduction into the medical condition known as asthma. Do you know the difference between asthma and allergies? We'll explain that in this course. Students will also learn about the usual suspects when it comes to asthma symptoms and the different types of asthma that an individual can be diagnosed with, depending on occupation, lifestyle and hypersensitivity to foods, drugs, and the environment.
In this course, students will also learn how to identify risk factors for contracting asthma as well as a brief background into genetic information that may be associated with the condition. Managing asthma is a focus of this course, and students will learn how to provide and contribute to long-term therapy and approaches to asthma treatment following a diagnosis.
In this course, we'll cover a number of commonly prescribed medications and alternative treatments for relief of asthma symptoms. Understanding of both prescription and over-the-counter medications used to treat asthma are also briefly covered in this course, as is the use of a variety of diagnostic methodologies to develop a well-rounded and effective short acting and long-term treatment plan for management of asthma symptoms.
You'll learn about some of the more common complications that those diagnosed with asthma need to watch out for as well as steps that you can take to create a cleaner, safer and healthier home environment.
Students will also learn how asthma affects children, pregnant women and the elderly in different ways and steps that each group can take to enhance greater understanding of medications, lifestyle changes, and knowledge that helps reduce the frequency and severity of asthma attacks in a variety of environments.
This course does not require any previous medical background. Any aged learner (18 or older) is welcome.
This online course contains 11 easy to read lessons which can be completed at own pace (access to course upon enrollment will be available for up to 6 months)
Lesson 1: Asthma Explained
Lesson 2: Asthma Symptoms
Lesson 3: Different Types of Asthma
Lesson 4: Asthma Triggers
Lesson 5: Why Me?
Lesson 6: Managing Asthma
Lesson 7: Long-term Therapy Asthma Management
Lesson 8: Alternative Asthma Treatment Approaches
Lesson 9: Asthma Complications
Lesson 10: Creating a Safe Home Environment
Lesson 11: Understanding Asthma in Children, Pregnancy and the Elderly
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|Lesson 2 Exam||9|
|Lesson 3 Exam||8|
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|Lesson 5 Exam||9|
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|Lesson 11 Exam||7|
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- Adhering to HIPAA Administrative Requirements
- The Role of Exercise in Nutritional Studies
- HIPPA: Patient Rights and Access to PHI
- Your Internal Stressors: The Repercussions of Ignoring Stress
- HIPAA Enforcement and Penalties
- Deciding Nutritional Goals
- Identifying Eating Disorders
- Who is Covered under HIPAA?