A school nurse-led asthma program reduces absences: Evaluation of Easy Breathing for Schools.

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Summary of "A school nurse-led asthma program reduces absences: Evaluation of Easy Breathing for Schools."

To evaluate whether school nurses can assist pediatricians in providing asthma care and reduce school absenteeism through a program called Easy Breathing for Schools (EzBfS), a 5-element school nurse-led asthma management program and the effectiveness in reducing school absenteeism.


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Name: Academic pediatrics
ISSN: 1876-2867


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