This November, the Learn More Breathe Better® program marks National COPD Awareness Month by recognizing the spectrum of those who care for people with COPD. The resources below offer tools for family caregivers, support clinical care provided by healthcare professionals, and can be used by the COPD community to bring greater attention to the disease.
Share these videos, fact sheets, articles, infographics, social media resources, and more.
For Patients and Caregivers
People with COPD and the people who care for them can use these practical tools, including a digital toolkit, infographic, videos, and fact sheets.
For Health and Community Professionals
Use these materials as you work with patients and caregivers to understand risk factors, signs and symptoms of COPD, and how to breathe better after a diagnosis.
Social Media Resources
Use these social media resources and tag @BreatheBetter on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BreatheBetter/ and Twitter at https://twitter.com/breathebetter.
COPD National Action Plan
The COPD National Action Plan is the blueprint for a unified fight against COPD. Professionals can document their work using the Community Action Tool below.
Drop-in Articles and Media Resources
These pre-written articles can be used in your newsletters, bulletins, blogs, or website. Or send to your local media for sharing during National COPD Awareness Month.
- Learn more on our COPD Health Topic page.
- Learn about COVID-19 and Your Lungs.
- Visit all NHLBI COPD publications.
- See all of the lung health resources offered by Learn More Breathe Better.