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Continuing Education for Healthcare Professionals


The Montana Asthma Control Program is hosting the 2019 Becoming an Asthma Educator and Care Manager Course. This course is put on in conjunction with Montana Society for Respiratory Care Conference in Billings, MT on April 12, 2019. The course material comes directly from the National Asthma Educator Certification Board and is approved for 4 CE credits for pharmacists, RTs, and nurses. The course will provide an in-depth review of asthma education based on the NAECB detailed content outline. Registration is only $50 if you register in March and still only $70 after March 31st. More information is available on the course website. Register today to save your spot!

Become a Certified Asthma Educator

The Montana Asthma Control Program supports healthcare providers in Montana who seek the national certified asthma educator credential (AE-C).  The program provides support for studying for the AE-C exam through:Image of the Asthma Educator Initiative Factsheet

  • A lending library of free study materials
  • Asthma educator certification review course- April 12, 2019 

To learn more about this service, read our Certified Asthma Educator Initiative factsheet.  Please contact asthmainfo@mt.gov for more information.

Attend the Big Sky Pulmonary Conference

A continuing education opportunity for all healthcare professionals who treat people with asthma.  The 2019 Big Sky Pulmonary Conference had over 100 people in attendance! Join us next time at Fairmont Hot Springs, in 2020.

Attend an Online Training

See our webinar training website for more information about webinars hosted by the MACP.

A new course called "Particle Pollution and Your Patients' Health" has been developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for healthcare professionals. You can register for "Particle Pollution and Your Patients' Health" to learn more about particle pollution-related health effects, particularly in individuals with heart and lung disease.

Asthma Quarterly Newsletters

Inquire about past newsletters at asthmainfo@mt.gov.  Newsletters older than 2016 are archived and can be provided upon request.