NATIONAL ASTHMA CAMPAIGN
SCOTLAND is the independent UK charity working to conquer
asthma in partnership with people with asthma and all who share their
concern through a combination of research, education and support.
The Caithness Branch of the National Asthma Campaign Scotland exists to
serve the local community and our aims are:
- To provide support to those with asthma, and their families, in
- To promote research into asthma and its allied disorders.
- To provide information about asthma and to spread the knowledge
causes, alleviation and treatment of asthma to everyone who
- To provide, through appropriate medical channels, medical
use by and for the treatment of persons suffering
from asthma and its allied
The Branch is run by an elected committee whose members live in
different parts of the area, and is supported by a Medical Adviser.
The Branch holds open meetings, which are sometimes addressed
by a speaker chosen for his or her specialist
knowledge or skill. Examples of topics covered include
Asthma and stress, childhood Asthma, New Treatments for
Asthma, Eczema, etc.
The Branch is constantly fundraising and offers of help are
The National Asthma Campaign produces a large number of
publications and videos on asthma and related topics. Our Branch
holds a supply of these and they are available, either free of charge,
or on loan, to anyone who needs them.
NEED TO KNOW MORE?
If you would like to know more about the National Asthma
Campaign and our Branch, please contact:
Mrs Liz Cormack
Tel 01847 821312
Details as at
22 Nov 2001
Tel 01847 821312
0345 01 02 03
Open 9.00 - 7.00
Local Rates Apply
21 Coates Crescent
Tel 0131 226 2544
Fax 0131 226 2401
The National Asthma
National Asthma Campaign