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Annual Asthma Survey 2018 report
The full Annual Asthma Survey report is available for you to download. At the bottom of the page you can find links to the appendices and a key findings presentation.
This year’s report included new questions on asthma attacks and how they are managed, as well as the usual questions about asthma care and follow-up care after emergency treatment.
Some key findings from the survey include:
ARE THERE DIFFERENCES IN CARE LEVELS ACROSS THE GENERATIONS?
People with asthma aged 18-29 receive the lowest levels of basic care, while those aged 17 or under receive the highest level
DID YOU RECEIVE APPROPRIATE FOLLOW UP TREATMENT?
Less than a third of people who had been admitted to hospital for their asthma received the appropriate follow up care
HOW DOES CARE VARY ACROSS THE UK?
Care levels vary across the UK – ranging from 68% of people in Wales not receiving basic care, to 50% of people in Northern Ireland not receiving basic care
The number receiving basic care for asthma has doubled since 2013, but still three out of five are not receiving the basic asthma care they need to stay out of hospital and get on with their lives.
You can find out how basic asthma care varies across the UK by clicking through the maps below.
Read all the editions of this report
- Annual Asthma Survey - 2018 report
- Annual Asthma Survery - 2018 appendices
- Annual Asthma Survey - 2018 key findings presentation
- Annual Asthma Survey - 2017 report
- Annual Asthma Survey - 2016 report
- Annual Asthma Survey - 2015 report
- Annual Asthma Survey - 2014 report
- Annual Asthma Survey - 2013 report
In 2013, we produced national reports for this survey. Read these reports below: