The links on this page will take you to recommended sites that have useful information on all aspects of asthma.
- The Netherlands
The European Centre for Allergy Research Federation (ECARF): provides comprehensive information about allergies and the various therapies that exist to treat them.
The European Federation of Allergy and Airway Diseases Patients Association (EFA): is a network of allergy, asthma and COPD patient organisations, designed to improve patient quality of life.
Astma en Allergie Koepel: is made up of three associations including Asthma Fund, Asthma Foundation Belgium and Allergy Prevention, which aim to improve the quality of life for asthma sufferers.
Асоциацията на Българите Боледуващи от Астма (ABBA): association of Bulgarians with bronchial asthma.
Astma-Allergi Forbundet: asthma and allergy information.
Astmaliitto Allergi-och Astmaförbundet: Finish allergy and asthma federation.
Association Française pour la Prévention des allergies (AFPRAL): aims to provide information about various allergens that people may be subjected to in every day life, tests to detect allergens and how allergies can be treated.
Asthme and Allergies Association: provides information for asthmatics and their families.
Deutschen Allergie- und Asthmabund e.V (DAAB): provide information for patients about allergies, asthma and neurodermitis.
“Aniksi”: aims to fight against allergies and asthma, through information, education, social intervention and support of research.
Asztmás és Allergiás Betegek Országos Szövetsége (ABOSZ): national society of asthmatic and allergic patients in Hungary.
Magyar Tüdőgyógyász Társaság (MTT): the Hungarian Respiratory Society contains patient information for asthma patients.
Asthma Society of Ireland: provides support for people living with asthma. They aim to to optimise asthma control through support, education, effecting change and research.
Link to Federasma Federasma: is a network of Italian associations that support the fight against asthma and allergies and provide information to sufferers.
Lithuania Lietuvos astmos klubų taryba (LAKT): Lithuanian council of asthma clubs.
Norges Astma-og Allergiforbund (NAAP): provides information to patients on allergy and asthma.
Associação Portuguesa de Asmáticos (APA): asthma association of Portugal providing information to patients.
Dragisamisovic: Serbian patient website for asthma information.
Link to AAC Associació Asmatològica Catalana (AAC): fights against asthma by promoting and developing its’ methods of prevention, treatment and rehabilitation.
Link to Respirar Respirar – To Breathe: are pediatricians, allergists, neumologists, nurses and other health providers, trying to improve the quality of life in asthmatic children and adolescents.
Link to Astma- och Allergiförbundet Astma- och Allergiförbundet: the Swedish asthma and allergy association want to increase awareness about what it is like to have an invisible disability like asthma and allergy.
AHA, Swiss centre for Allergy, Skin and Asthma: reaches out to those affected by asthma or allergy by providing information and educating patients about their conditions.
Stichting Astma Bestrijding (SAB): directly or indirectly supports patients with asthma and chronic obstructive lung disorders.
Asthma UK: is the charity dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the 5.2 million people in the UK whose lives are affected by asthma.
Occupational Asthma: contains information on occupational asthma in general.
The Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA): works with health care professionals and public health officials around the world to reduce asthma prevalence, morbidity, and mortality.
The National Asthma council Australia (NAC): an organisation that aims to increase the awareness of asthma by providing useful information.