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COVID-19 and Children with Asthma: What Happened, What to Do, and How is School Going?
Asthma doesn’t make a child more likely to catch COVID-19, but you may still have some concerns if you are the parent or guardian of a child with asthma.

Through this webcast, we'll be learning about how COVID-19 affects children and learning how to approach in-school learning safely when your child lives with asthma.

This webcast is part of our Asthma-Safe Classrooms & COVID-19 series. Join us!

Nov 24, 2020 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brian Lyttle
Dr. Lyttle completed his Medical Degree from the University of Western in 1980 and subsequently has been Board Certified in, Family Practice (Uni. of Calgary), Pediatrics (UWO & Dallas Children’s Hospital) and Pediatric Pulmonology (Harvard School of Public Health & Boston’s Children’s Hospital). Since 1989 he has been in London ON in Academic and private practice. He is involved with the Department of Pediatrics mainly as the Asthma Clinic Director and CF clinic Co Director. Dr. Lyttle has participated in over 40 clinical trials in asthma and Cystic Fibrosis, including the development of inhaled steroids, montelukast, and Xolair in children. He was part of the initial Pediatric guideline’s committee for the first 15 years. Dr. Lyttle has spoken for and/or participated on the Ad Boards for all major pharmaceutical companies associated with asthma in children, as well as the Lung Health Foundation, Canadian Thoracic Society and Canadian Pediatric Society.