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(RESOLUTION 14-34) RESOLVED, that the ISMA adopt and promote a statewide asthma management plan that: Requires physician supervision and/or a designated asthma care provider Assures specific patient identifiers Identifies school personnel responsible for interpreting the plan and administering medications Allows school personnel to communicate directly with physician offices about the patients Encourages physicians and school health personnel to adopt and use the Asthma Management Plan and Authorization for Medication form as included in this resolution. (RESOLUTION 13-05) RESOLVED, that the ISMA support efforts to develop a statewide written asthma action plan.
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