Asthma is the most common chronic childhood health condition, affecting one in seven U.S. kids. We bring together leading advocates and experts in diverse fields to help policymakers meet this challenge and improve the health of America's children.
Members of the Childhood Asthma Leadership Coalition are working together toward the shared goal of improving the symptom prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and long-term management of childhood asthma through federal policy change and targeted state efforts.
The Childhood Asthma Leadership Coalition strives to raise awareness about the impact of asthma on children and families by providing access to the latest news on childhood asthma research, child health policy opportunities and other timely topics.
The Childhood Asthma Leadership Coalition aims to amplify the research and evidence-based analysis of the George Washington University School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and other Coalition members by translating research findings to policy solutions for children with asthma.