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Health Care Practitioners Talking to their Clients about AQHI

As a health care practitioner talking to clients about the Air Quality health Index I talk to them about The Triple AAA’s of AQHI .  I Ask: Do you know what the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) is and how it effects your respiratory health? Air quality affects you differently depending on your risk. Do you know what your AQHI Symptom (s) Trigger number is? I Advise on what the AQHI is and Assist them with where to find results: I tell them: The AQHI is: A simple scale that measures the health risk associated with local air quality conditions and helps

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Université de la Colombie-Britanniqueont élaboré un cours gratuit en ligne sur la qualité de l’air extérieur, la santé et la Cote air santé (CAS)

Université de la Colombie-Britannique – School of Population and Public Health La School of Population and Public Health de l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique et Santé Canada ont élaboré un cours gratuit en ligne sur la qualité de l’air extérieur, la santé et la Cote air santé (CAS) à l’intention des professionnels de la santé. Santé Canada estime que 6000 décès prématurés surviennent chaque année au Canada à cause de la pollution de l’air. De plus, de nombreux troubles respiratoires communs sont aggravés par la piètre qualité de l’air. Pour de plus amples renseignements sur ce cours offert en français et

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University of British Columbia – Outdoor Air Quality and Health and the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) Course

 University of British Columbia – School of Population and Public Health – Outdoor Air Quality and Health and the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) Course This free, web-based course through the University of British Columbia offers a free online, on demand course titled Outdoor Air Quality and Health and the Air Quality Health Index to health care providers with a comprehensive overview of air pollutants; the health effects associated with air pollution for susceptible populations; guidelines for health professionals to advise patients on reducing impacts of outdoor air pollution on their health; and the use of the AQHI as a

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