ASTHMA CME COURSES 

Understanding the mechanisms of disease has dramatically shifted our therapeutic strategies and methods of patient stratification when treating asthma. The advent of new clinical biomarkers, differential understanding of phenotypes and endotypes, and the introduction of biologics has come with questions of patient selection and suitability for novel treatment strategies.

The CME-accredited educational curricula provided here by RMEI Medical Education, LLC are designed to engage practicing clinicians with actionable insights for improving the delivery of patient care. New activities and live meetings are added regularly, so be sure to check back for updates!

Patient with Asthma Suffering from Treatment-Related Conjunctivitis: Clinical Consults℠

Your patient with asthma is unfortunately not doing so well. Is it time for a biologic, and if so, which one? And what if things don’t go as planned when they’re finally on it? Find answers to these questions and more in this series. We’ve listened

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Patient with Uncontrolled Asthma While on a Biologic: Clinical Consults℠

Your patient with asthma is unfortunately not doing so well. Is it time for a biologic, and if so, which one? And what if things don’t go as planned when they’re finally on it? Find answers to these questions and more in this series. We’ve listened

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Pediatric Asthma: Evidence-Based Approaches in Poorly-Controlled Disease

This interactive activity combines artistic design, infographic presentation, and scientific expertise to deliver the latest advances in treatment of pediatric asthma, including current treatment guidelines, identifying poorly-controlled disease, a

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Improved Care for Patients with Moderate-to-Severe Asthma: Reflecting on Errors and Missed Opportunities

The goal of this activity is to foster recognition of missed opportunities and suboptimal care among patients with moderate-to-severe asthma, thereby helping clinicians who treat these patients examine best practice for management.

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Advances in the Management of Difficult-to-Treat Asthma

This multidisciplinary, virtual roundtable brings together clinicians and a patient to discuss clinical aspects of care in people with asthma.

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What a Control-Based Asthma Management Strategy Looks Like

This activity focuses on treatment escalation in patients with difficult-to-control or severe asthma in an infographic-style format.

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How to ID Patients with Difficult-to-Control Asthma

This infographic activity explores updates in the pathology of asthma and how to identify patients with difficult-to-control disease.

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