Discover links to back-to-school guidance and more answers to your COVID-19 concerns. The Pulmonary Hypertension Association recently updated its frequently asked questions to help you maintain your health, prevent virus transmission and exposure, and manage stress and anxiety during the pandemic.
Diana Lewis, 57, lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, with her husband of 28 years, Adrian, and her son Joshua, 29, who has autism spectrum disorder. Diana, a pastor, taught pre-K and elementary school for 14 years. She was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension (PH) five years ago. She shares her story about dealing with the pandemic.
Lauri Stanfield donates to the Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) in honor of the people who inspire her: fellow PH patients. “I’m lucky to be alive,” Lauri says. “That’s why I give back to PHA. Some of the best people I’ve ever met in the world are PH patients. I know that my gifts honor them.”
One of the ways the Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) promotes quality patient care is through free education courses for health care professionals. Several new courses have been added to the PHA Online University, a digital platform for continuing medical education.
Many people in the pulmonary hypertension community are preparing for power outages and other issues related to Hurricane Laura and wildfires in California. Discover resources and tips from the Pulmonary Hypertension Association that apply to many emergency situations.
Sharon Horning was looking forward to two concerts and a big car show this summer. When the pandemic forced her to revamp her plans, she took on a massive new project. Find out how Sharon and other members of the pulmonary hypertension community are making the most of summer and fall despite distancing.
Struggling with your copays and other medical costs due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Discover copay assistance resources for people with pulmonary hypertension. Find available grants and manufacturer programs on the Pulmonary Hypertension Association website.
The Pulmonary Hypertension Association is accepting applications for the Aldrighetti Research Award for Young Investigators. The research grant supports the work of promising young investigators interested in research in pulmonary arterial hypertension.