SOS for children and teens with asthma and allergies

Are you a medical professional working with children and adolescents with asthma or severe allergic reactions? 

With the completion of Phase III of our research project, running 8 online support sessions, our focus has shifted to interpreting the data and preparing for our Virtual National Symposium. 

During Phase III of our study we are inviting program planner, service provider, policy maker  and health care professionals to participate in an online teleconference symposium to elicit your perceptions of support and education programs for children and youth with asthma and or severe allergies at risk of anaphylaxis, and to report our findings. 


Would you like to attend?


If you are interested in participating, please complete the application

Space is limited. 

For more information contact the Social Supports Research Program:
  • E-Mail: ssrp@ualberta.ca
  • Toll Free: 1-877-492-8033

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  • Invitation to our National Symposium In Phase III of our study we will be inviting program planners, service providers, policy makers and health care professionals to attend our Virtual National Symposium to share our findings ...
    Posted Apr 17, 2013, 11:59 AM by kkara@ualberta.ca
  • Why Peer Mentors? Parents and caregivers may wonder, why have an online support program lead by Peer Mentors? Many may wonder, “What is their role? Can I trust the care of my child ...
    Posted Apr 17, 2013, 12:12 PM by kkara@ualberta.ca
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    Posted Apr 17, 2013, 12:13 PM by kkara@ualberta.ca
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