Programs & Services
Evidence-based management of asthma and COPD on the part of patients, families and their health care providers.
||University of Toronto, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Diploma
||University of Toronto, PhD, Medical Science-Respiratory Medicine
||University of Toronto, MSc, Nursing
||University of Colorado Denver, BS, Nursing
||University Health Network, Toronto Western Hospital, Clinical Fellowship
Awards & Recognition
The Founder’s Award, The Canadian Lung Association. (Recognition of significant contribution to respiratory health in Canada)
Career Scientist Award, Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
Lead/Chair, Nursing Best Practice Guidelines: Promoting the Control of Adult Asthma. RNAO
American Thoracic Society
Ontario Respiratory Care Society
Canadian Respiratory Professionals
Canadian Network for Asthma Care
Colorado Lung Association
Cicutto LC. Clinical Pearls: Supporting successful asthma management in schools: The role of the provider. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 2009;124(2):390-393.
Kruziack T, Covar R, Gleason M, Cicutto L, White M, Shocks D, Szefler S. Does access to care equal asthma control in school-aged children? J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2009:124(2):381-382.
Alley S and Cicutto L. Exploring the supportiveness and preparedness of childcare settings for children with asthma: A needs assessment. Journal of Asthma. 2009;46(5):512-516.
To T, Dell S, Dick P, Cicutto LC. The burden of illness experienced by young children associated with asthma: A population-base cohort study. Journal of Asthma. 2008;45(1):45-9. 200.
To T, Gershon A, Wang C, Dell S, Cicutto L. Persistence and remission in childhood asthma – A population-based asthma birth cohort study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 2007;161(12):1197-1204.
Director, Clinical Science Graduate Program, University of Colorado Denver
Associate Professor, Colorado School of Public Health, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, and the College of Nursing
Teaching & Professional Positions
Full Appointment, School of Graduate Studies, University of Colorado Denver
Associate Professor, Faculties of Nursing and Medicine at the University of Toronto
Conflicts of Interest
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