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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.

Asthma, Copd And Home Environments: Interventions With Older Adults.

Effects of School-Home Communication With Parent-Implemented Reinforcement on Off-Task Behavior for Students With ASD.

School-home communication is highly valued for parents of students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. However, parents report poor communication as a common barrier to developing partnerships with schools. Using a multiple baseline design, we evaluated the effects of a school-home note intervention with parent-implemented reinforcement for decreasing off-task behavior of students with ASD at school. We also evaluated social validity (i.e., feasibility and acceptabilit...

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....

Ambient air pollution and overweight and obesity in school-aged children in Barcelona, Spain.

Ambient air pollution may increase the risk of overweight and obesity in children. However, available evidence is still scarce and has mainly focused on ambient air pollution exposure occurring at home without considering the school environment. The aim of this study is to assess whether exposure to ambient air pollution at home and school is associated with overweight and obesity in primary school children.

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.

Home Visits for Uncontrolled Asthma Among Low-Income Adults with Patient Portal Access.

Asthma disproportionately affects low-income and minority adults. In an era of electronic records and internet-based digital devices, it is unknown whether portals, for patient-provider communication, can improve asthma outcomes.

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).

Asthma, allergic rhinitis and eczema among parents of preschool children in relation to climate, and dampness and mold in dwellings in China.

The main aim was to study associations between asthma, allergic rhinitis and eczema among adults across China and dampness and mold at home. Young adults (N = 40,279) in eight cities in China answered a questionnaire in 2010-2012 (response rate 75.0%). Data on asthma, allergic rhinitis, eczema and the home environment was assessed by the questionnaire. Climate data was obtained from China Meteorological Administration and the website of Weather Underground. Health associations were analyzed by two-level...

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.

Dose Matters: A Smartphone Application to Improve Asthma Control Among Patients at an Urban Pediatric Primary Care Clinic.

As the most common chronic condition of childhood, asthma is a frequent target for family education. However, current educational strategies rarely tailor to learning style or literacy level. Thus, we developed and implemented a smartphone application (app) leveraging gamified features entitled ("Clinic, Home, And on the Go Education for Asthma"). We subsequently assessed its impact on asthma control. Patients aged 4-11 years with a previously documented childhood asthma control test (C-ACT) score of

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...

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 ...

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

A cross-sectional national survey of community pharmacy staff: Knowledge and antibiotic provision.

Pharmacists' knowledge about the clinical and legal aspects of antibiotic supply has an impact on appropriate dispensing practice. There are limited studies evaluating community pharmacists' knowledge of antibiotic dispensing in low and middle-income countries, including Sri Lanka. We aimed (i) to evaluate community pharmacy staff's self-reported knowledge about antibiotics and dispensing behaviour of antibiotics without a prescription, and (ii) to identify possible factors impacting their antibiotic dispen...

The Costs of High Self-Control in Black and Latino Youth with Asthma: Divergence of Mental Health and Inflammatory Profiles.

Emerging evidence in psychology suggests a paradox whereby high levels of self-control when striving for academic success among minority youth can have physical health costs. This study tested the skin-deep resilience hypothesis in asthma- whether minority youth who are striving hard to succeed academically experience good psychological outcomes but poor asthma outcomes. Youth physician-diagnosed with asthma (N=276, M age=12.99; 155=White, 121=Black/Latino) completed interviews about school stress and a sel...

Empowerment-enabling home and school environments and self-rated health among Finnish adolescents.

Perceived health during adolescence has not only immediate consequences for individuals and for society, but also long-term. We need to understand better the health development in this period of the lifespan. Empowerment may be one pathway through which social factors and conditions translate into health effects. This study aimed to examine whether empowerment-enabling home and school environments are associated with self-rated health among adolescents, and whether the associations differ between genders, a...

Distance supervision in the Aiglé Foundation's Latin American Psychotherapy Training Program.

Latin American literature on clinical supervision is limited and literature concerning technology-assisted supervision is virtually nonexistent. We address this gap, providing our perspective on the use of technology in distance supervision within Argentina and Guatemala. Despite important differences, these two countries share many sociocultural features. We contextualize these perspectives, describing therapist training according to the Integrative Model of Fundación Aiglé. Through the use of vignettes,...

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...

Debriefing about the challenges of working in a remote area: A qualitative study of Australian allied health professionals' perspectives on clinical supervision.

The benefits of clinical supervision are more pronounced for health professionals in rural and remote areas. Most clinical supervision studies to date have occurred in metropolitan centres and have used the survey methodology to capture participant experiences. There is a lack of qualitative research that captures participants' lived experiences with clinical supervision at the frontline.

Investigating the participation of children on the autism spectrum across home, school and community: A longitudinal study.

The World Health Organisation recognises that meaningful participation in one's community empowers individuals. Children and adolescents on the autism spectrum consistently report lower participation than their typical peers in activities and this appears to continue into adulthood. The aim of this study was to investigate the participation of children on the autism spectrum over a 3-year period across home, school, and community.

Rationale and design of the STEP for MS Trial: Comparative effectiveness of Supervised versus Telerehabilitation Exercise Programs for Multiple Sclerosis.

We propose a Phase III trial that compares the effectiveness of an exercise training program delivered in a facility-based setting with direct, in-person supervision or a home-based setting with remote supervision via telerehabilitation for improving walking performance in persons with multiple sclerosis(MS) who have walking dysfunction and mobility disability.

Prevalence of asthma and symptoms association degree in the school population of Sierra Norte de Puebla.

The prevalence of asthma in cities in the central part of Mexico ranges from 7% to 17%.

The Impact of the Patient-Centered Medical Home on Asthma-Related Visits to the Emergency Room: A Fixed Effects Regression Approach.

Objective To estimate the effect of a patient-centered medical home (PCMH) intervention on asthma-related emergency room (ER) visits of pediatric patients. Methods Patients receiving care at pediatric primary care practices participating in the Florida Pediatric Medical Home Demonstration Project as well as pediatric patients treated at non-participating clinics were identified from 4 years of claims and enrollment data. We estimate several fixed effects logistic regression models using one pre-treatment ye...

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