We are community advisors from across the province with knowledge or lived experience with lung health.

Who are you?*

*We’re moving!!! Find info about access to lung health services in BC soon (June 2022) at http://www.sfu.ca/airwise .

This website provides information that is not intended to replace medical advice. Make sure to discuss all lung health concerns with your doctor.

About Us

Our Goals

We wanted to build a user-friendly website to connect people, information and resources related to air quality and breathing. This website is currently under development with the help of community advisors from across British Columbia. A full launch is anticipated in Summer, 2022. Check back soon!

Learn more about the AIRWISE study here

How You Will Be Able to Help

Create a blog post

Tell us about your experiences! Coming soon–how you can help others by sharing your thoughts.

Join a study

You can get involved with the study. Information will soon be available about how you can join as a community advisor or become part of a larger network strong enough to make a difference.

Give support

We aim to bring people together to help anyone who wants to improve or manage their lung health.


What People Say

The opportunity to help health care providers improve their work is what motivated me to be a community advisor

AIRWISE-BC Community advisor

British Columbia has some of the best lung health services in the country–it’s important that people know they exist and how to use them.

AIRWISE-BC Scientific advisor


Latest updates on the AIRWISE community engagement studies

Deliverables being delivered

At this time last year, my fingers were crossed and a baby idea was growing. Soon, a group of people who care immensely about lung health, prevention and equitable access to lung health services would hear the terrific news that the baby idea and all of the deliverables we promised were about to happen. SoonContinue reading “Deliverables being delivered”


Two new engagement studies coming in 2022! Why ? Because the first AIRWISE-BC study team identified two specific lung health communication needs we need to work on Because we have built the trust, partnerships and infrastructure to improve the flow of information between communities in BC and health service providers Stay tuned for more updatesContinue reading “Introducing….AIRWISE-VISION and AIRWISE-CONNECT”

Community partnership newsletter

With the aim of helping as many people as possible, we are looking for enthusiastic community partners. Please contact us to be added to the newsletter.