The Respiratory Health Strategic Clinical Network is a community of physicians, front-line health care workers, researchers, patient advisors, clinical leaders and others specialized in addressing respiratory conditions and ailments.
Our mission is to facilitate optimal respiratory health through implementation of innovative, patient-centred, evidence-informed and coordinated services.
An online toolkit is now available to guide the treatment of children suffering from asthma. The Alberta Childhood Asthma Pathway (ACAP) toolkit has been developed by a multi-disciplinary group of health care professionals from throughout Alberta. It provides guidance on how to manage emergency and inpatient care for children aged 1-18 years. Find out more.
Ideas and input of all stakeholders, including patients and families, are welcome:
We need your help!
We are currently recruiting patients and care providers to participate in patient discussion groups and workshops to improve the care of patients with sleep disordered breathing (SDB). They will take place in winter/spring of 2017. Learn more: community care providers.
To see who is involved, check out our:
Core membership list