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Interviews with caregivers during acute asthma hospitalisations.

Childhood asthma is complex and poor management of childhood asthma is the leading health reason for pediatric emergency department visits, hospitalizations and missed school days for school-aged children. The purpose of this study was to explore caregiver perceptions of home management of childhood asthma in school-aged children who have been hospitalized for asthma.


Student perspectives on asthma management in schools: a mixed-methods study examining experiences, facilitators, and barriers to care.

Children spend nearly a third of their day at school, making it a critical point of intervention for those with asthma. This study aimed to illuminate minority students' experiences with asthma at school and perceptions of facilitators and barriers to care.

Parental supervision and alcohol use among Brazilian adolescents: analysis of data from National School-based Health Survey 2015.

To evaluate the relation between parental supervision and sociodemographic factors and alcohol use by Brazilian adolescents.


Infographics or video; which one is more effective in asthmatic patients' health? a randomized clinical trial.

Asthma disease is a complex medical condition for which the control of symptoms depends on sufficient patient knowledge, self-care, and adherence to medication protocols. Researchers conducted this study to evaluate the impact of infographics and video on asthma patients' adherence to medication.

Asthma trend in adolescence in Brazil: results of the National Adolescent School-based Health Survey (PeNSE 2012-2015).

To compare the evolution of asthma indicators in the editions of the National School Health Survey (PeNSE 2012 and 2015).

Prenatal particulate matter affects new asthma via airway hyperresponsiveness in schoolchildren.

The most relevant time of PM exposure to affect airway hyperresponsiveness (AHR) and new development of asthma in school-aged children is unclear. The aims of this study are to investigate the most critical time of PM exposure to affect AHR and new diagnosis of asthma from AHR in school-aged children.

Eliminated patient fee and changes in dispensing patterns of asthma medication in children - an interrupted time series analysis.

In 2016, all prescription drugs included in the reimbursement system in Sweden were made available for children (age 0-17 years) without any patient fees. Our aim was to estimate the association between this intervention and the dispensing patterns of asthma medications among children. Dispensing data on asthma medications for all children living in Stockholm County during 2014-2017 were selected to include two years before (January 2014-December2015) and after (January 2016-December 2017) the intervention....

Pattern of Medication Use in Children with Very Poorly Controlled Asthma.

Weight status and nonadherence to asthma maintenance therapy among children enrolled in a public drug insurance plan.

The pediatric obese-asthma phenotype is associated with poor control, perhaps because of medication nonadherence. This study aimed to assess whether weight status is associated with nonadherence in children prescribed new asthma maintenance therapies.

Investigating the effectiveness of school health services delivered by a health provider: A systematic review of systematic reviews.

Schools are the only institution regularly reaching the majority of school-age children and adolescents across the globe. Although at least 102 countries have school health services, there is no rigorous, evidence-based guidance on which school health services are effective and should be implemented in schools. To investigate the effectiveness of school health services for improving the health of school-age children and adolescents, a systematic review of systematic reviews (overview) was conducted. Five da...

A Systematic Evaluation of Asthma Management Apps Examining Behavior Change Techniques.

Mobile health (mHealth) apps have the potential to facilitate asthma self-management by including medication reminders, allowing self-monitoring of symptoms, improving access and quality of information communicated with provider, and providing educational resources to patients and parents. Many apps exist for asthma management, however, the extent to which apps include evidence-based behavior change strategies has not been examined.

When reach exceeds touch: Student experiences in a cross-sector community-based academic-practice partnership.

A partnership between three nursing programs, multiple high-needs public school districts and a local asthma coalition was developed as a way to build shared capacity aimed at improving health outcomes for children with asthma. This article explores student perceptions of their clinical experiences teaching asthma self-management within a regional cross-sector, community-based, multi-site academic-practice partnership.

MASK (Mobile Airways Sentinel Network). ARIA's comprehensive solution for mobile app for the multimorbidity of allergic rhinitis and asthma.

The vast majority of patients with allergic rhinitis (AR) do not receive the proper management which is recommended by the guidelines, but they frequently self-medicate. MASK (Mobile Airways Sentinel Network) is an integral part of a project that is supported by the European Union against chronic diseases and focused on active and healthy aging. MASK represents the third phase of ARIA (Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma), in which, by using a mobile application in a smart device, the objective is to...

A Pilot Study of the Effect of an Educational Web Application on Asthma Control and Medication Adherence.

An Asthma Adherence Pathway (AAP) application, which is an internet application that combines patient and clinician education strategies to promote adherence to asthma therapy, has been developed.

Individual Risk Assessment Tool for School Age Asthma Prediction in UK Birth Cohort.

Current published asthma predictive tools have moderate positive likelihood ratios (LR+) but high negative likelihood ratios (-LR) based on their recommended cut-offs, which limit their clinical usefulness.

Burden of Illness, Primary Care Use, and Medication Utilization among US-México Border Children with Wheezing.

Among high-risk, underserved populations, such as children living along the US-México border, suffering from asthma-like symptoms without an asthma diagnosis can result in a high burden of illness. We estimated the prevalence of physician-diagnosed and possible undiagnosed asthma among students with histories of wheezing in the US-México border community of El Paso, Texas, and evaluated their burden of illness, primary care use, and medication utilization.

Timing of household food insecurity exposures and asthma in a cohort of US school-aged children.

Food insecurity is positively associated with asthma, the most common chronic childhood disease, yet directionality is unclear. The objective was to determine the association between exposure to food insecurity in early childhood and the odds of asthma later in childhood.

DNA methylation in nasal epithelium, atopy, and atopic asthma in children: a genome-wide study.

Epigenetic mechanisms could alter the airway epithelial barrier and ultimately lead to atopic diseases such as asthma. We aimed to identify DNA methylation profiles that are associated with-and could accurately classify-atopy and atopic asthma in school-aged children.

Controversies in Pediatric Asthma.

Pediatric asthma, the most common chronic disease of childhood, remains a significant burden to the health care system. Although there are guidelines for the management of pediatric asthma, there remain several controversies about how best to manage asthma in the primary care setting, and how to prevent asthma exacerbations and subsequent emergency department visits and hospitalizations. In this article, we address four of these controversies: use of written asthma treatment plans, the role of long-acting b...

Longitudinal Patterns of Mexican and Puerto Rican Children's Asthma Controller Medication Adherence and Acute Healthcare Utilization.

Researchers tend to study Latinos as a single group but recent asthma research confirmed differences among Latino subgroups. Variations in controller medication adherence may be a factor in the observed health disparities between Mexican and Puerto Rican children. Adherence is not a stable phenomenon, however, there is a paucity of data on patterns of adherence, sociodemographic predictors of patterns, and variations in asthma-related acute healthcare utilization by adherence pattern among Latino sub-groups...

Multicenter Adherence Study of Asthma Medication for Children in Korea.

Adherence is a major component of successful medical treatment. However, non-adherence remains a barrier to effective delivery of healthcare worldwide.

The Availability of Supervision in Routine Mental Health Care.

Clinical supervision is an embedded resource for practice quality in community mental health organizations. Supervision has been found to increase provider competence and decrease stress. In addition, supervision has been associated with service user outcomes including decreased depressive symptoms. However, little is known about the availability and nature of supervision in real world settings. The primary aims of this study were to identify available supervision and the extent to which contextual factors ...

Supervision contracts for mental health professionals: a systematic review and exploration of the potential relevance to psychiatry training in Australia and New Zealand.

The use of formal supervision contracts has been strongly advocated across non-medical mental health professions. However, the use of such agreements is not a feature of the RANZCP Competency-Based Fellowship Program. This paper critically examines the evidence to support the use of formal supervision contracts.

The Development and Evaluation of Peer Food Allergy Education Videos for School- Age Youth.

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, School Performance, and Effect of Medication.

Individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are at increased risk of poor school performance and pharmacological treatment of ADHD may have beneficial effects on school performance. Conclusions from previous research have been limited by small sample sizes, outcome measures, and treatment follow-up. The current study analyzed school performance in students with ADHD compared to students without ADHD, and the association between pharmacological treatment of ADHD and school performance.


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