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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.


School-based, blacklight handwashing program can improve handwashing quality and knowledge among pre-school aged children.

In the United States, lack of proper handwashing is associated with respiratory and gastrointestinal illnesses. Interventions to improve handwashing practices have led to an increase in handwashing knowledge and behavior, and decreases in gastrointestinal illnesses. Most studies have evaluated their interventions in the context of reported handwashing rates by observation, reduction of illnesses, as well as reduced absences, however none of these studies examined handwashing quality or knowledge as outcome ...

Alignment of stakeholder agendas to facilitate the adoption of school-supervised asthma therapy.

School-supervised inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) therapy improves pediatric asthma medication adherence, outcomes, and morbidity. However, school-supervised ICS therapy has not been widely adopted into practice. We developed Asthma Link™ as a sustainable, low-cost model of school-supervised asthma therapy, designed for real-world adoption. Initial outcomes of Asthma Link™ demonstrated a significant improvement in health outcomes.


Participant-level characteristics differ by recruitment setting when evaluating a behavioral intervention targeting adolescents with asthma.

The recruitment setting plays a key role in the evaluation of behavioral interventions. We evaluated a behavioral intervention for urban adolescents with asthma in three randomized trials conducted separately in three different settings over the course of 8 years. We hypothesized that characteristics of trial participants recruited from the ED and clinic settings would be significantly different from that of youth participating in the school-based trials. The intervention evaluated was Puff City, a web-base...

Evaluation of a Nurse-Led Program for Rural Pregnant Women With Opioid Use Disorder to Improve Maternal-Neonatal Outcomes.

To generate effect sizes of preliminary program outcomes and identify areas for program improvement related to a nurse-led, community-based screening, referral, and advocacy program for women with perinatal opioid use disorder (OUD): the Engaging Mothers for Positive Outcomes with Early Referrals (EMPOWER) project.

A web-based clinical pedagogy program to enhance registered nurse preceptors' teaching competencies - An innovative process of development and pilot program evaluation.

Registered Nurse Preceptors guide students to integrate theory into practice, assess clinical competencies, and enhance problem-solving skills. Researches have indicated that the teaching competencies of nurse preceptors can be transferred to students' clinical learning.

"I Just Like the Feeling of It, Outside Being Active": Pupils' Experiences of a School-Based Running Program, a Qualitative Study.

School-based running programs that promote daily (or regular) walking/jogging/running are an emerging public health initiative. However, evaluation of these programs has predominantly used quantitative measures that limit understanding and explanations of contextual influences on pupil participation. Therefore, the aim of this study was to qualitatively explore pupils' experiences of participating in a primary-school-based running program (Marathon Kids) to provide relevant insights and inform program devel...

Proximity to Major Roadways and Asthma Symptoms in the School Inner-City Asthma Study.

To use spatial analysis methodology to analyze residential and school proximity to major roadways and pediatric asthma morbidity.

One-Year Follow-Up of a Vocal Hygiene Program for School-Age Children.

This study investigated the effects of a school-based vocal hygiene education program "Green Voice for School" on promoting knowledge of healthy voice use for primary school students.

Improving teacher comfort and self-efficacy in asthma management.

Asthma is common among urban school-age children. Though teachers should be prepared to assist children during an asthma attack, studies show they lack self-efficacy in managing asthma. To assess feasibility of implementing an asthma workshop for elementary school teachers, describe themes of questions raised, and determine workshop's impact on teachers' comfort and self-efficacy in asthma management. We developed and implemented an asthma workshop for teachers from four Bronx elementary schools (2012-201...

Asthma management and control in Nigeria: The Asthma Insight and Reality Nigeria (AIRNIG) study.

: The state of asthma management and asthma control at the population level in Nigeria are unknown. We aimed to determine the level of asthma control and asthma management practices in Nigeria. : A cross-sectional population-based study of 405 participants with current asthma (physician-diagnosed with use of asthma medication or asthma symptoms in the preceding 12 months). We determined the level of asthma control, self-perception of asthma control, health care use, missed work/school, and medication use. :...

Current status of scoliosis school screening: targeted screening of underserved populations may be the solution.

The growing body of evidence documenting the effectiveness of brace treatment for scoliosis has renewed interest in potential benefits of early detection through school screening. We aimed to assess the prevalence and identify barriers of screening. We hypothesized that school screening is more frequent in schools that have a nurse on staff compared to schools without nurse on staff.

Nonacademic Factors That Influence Nontraditional Nursing Student Retention.

The purpose of this study is to identify the most supportive and restrictive factors contributing to students' ability to persist through nursing program course completion as perceived by 59 nontraditional students enrolled in a nursing associate degree program. The Student Perception Appraisal-Revised tool was used. Results include that encouragement by friends within school is the top supportive factor, while financial status was found to be the most restrictive factor. Students' perceptions of why they a...

Parent Perceptions on a Walking School Bus Program Among Low-Income Families: A Qualitative Study.

The walking school bus (WSB) is a promising intervention to increase walking to school and physical activity in school-age children. The aim of this qualitative study was to assess parent perceptions of a WSB program that was part of a randomized controlled trial to inform future programs.

Development and implementation strategies of a nurse-led symptom self-management program in outpatient cancer centres: The Symptom Navi© Programme.

The Symptom Navi© Programme (SN©P) is a structured nurse-led intervention supporting symptom self-management in cancer patients. We describe the development and evaluation of the intervention, implementation strategy, and the evaluation of nurse training for the Symptom Navi© Pilot Study.

Using the Omaha System to Evaluate the Integration of Behavioral Health Services into Nurse-Led Primary Health Care.

Integrating behavioral health services into nurse-led primary care at one location ensures that individuals receive a comprehensive array of preventive and restorative services, based on their varying needs. A formative program evaluation of a federally funded behavioral health integration (BHI) project in a small nurse-led clinic used the Omaha System taxonomy to explore the changes in the documented practice of providers due to the BHI implementation. The evaluation provided evidence of the benefits of a ...

Proximity to Major Roadways and Asthma Symptoms in the School Inner-City Asthma Study.

Rationale and design of the school-based SI! Program to face obesity and promote health among Spanish adolescents: A cluster-randomized controlled trial.

Unhealthy habits in adolescents are increasing at an alarming rate. The school offers a promising environment in which to implement effective preventive strategies to improve adolescents' lifestyle behaviors. The SI! Program is a multilevel multicomponent school-based health-promotion intervention aimed at all stages of compulsory education in Spain. We present the study design of the SI! Program for Secondary Schools, targeting adolescents aged 12 to 16 years.

Integrating asthma management and care in Maryland Head Start Programs: A qualitative assessment of opportunities and needs.

To understand the role of Maryland Head Start (HS) programs in asthma care and identify resources and needs to improve health outcomes.

SERPINA1 gene polymorphisms in a population-based ALSPAC cohort.

There is an association between persistent preschool wheezing phenotypes and school-age asthma. These wheezing/asthma phenotypes likely represent clinical entities having specific genetic risk factors. The SERPINA1 gene encodes α -antitrypsin (AAT), and mutations in the gene are important in the pathophysiology of pulmonary diseases. We hypothesized that there might be an association between SERPINA1 gene polymorphisms and the risk of developing wheezing/school age asthma.

A longitudinal qualitative evaluation of an economic and social empowerment intervention to reduce girls' vulnerability to HIV in rural Mozambique.

An intervention including business training and health education was implemented in Mozambique, where girls are at elevated risk for acquiring HIV. As part of a mixed-methods evaluation, we describe perceived effects of the intervention on girls' sexual behavior and school attendance.

Using the Delphi Technique to Determine Core Components of a Nurse Competency Program.

This modified Delphi study determined consensus on core nurse competency program components that apply across the continuum of transition to initial practice, to new specialty practice, to a new role, or within general nursing orientation. The literature review found no published agreement on support and systems for universal transition programs. This broad-based study addressed this gap by identifying core elements within a competency or transition program and then ranking their importance within program s...

Asthma.

This review provides an evidence-based guide for the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of patients with asthma. It addresses typical questions that arise in the clinic-based care of patients with asthma and provides a basic and comprehensive resource for asthma care.

African School of Pediatric Oncology Initiative: Implementation of a Pediatric Oncology Diploma Program to Address Critical Workforce Shortages in French-Speaking Africa.

In 2012, the French African Pediatric Oncology Group established the African School of Pediatric Oncology (EAOP), a training program supported by the Sanofi Espoir Foundation's My Child Matters program. As part of the EAOP, the pediatric oncology training diploma is a 1-year intensive training program. We present this training and certification program as a model for subspecialty training for low- and middle-income countries.

Students' Perceptions of School Connectedness and Being Part of a Team: A Brief Report Evaluating Project TEAM™.

School connectedness constitutes a protective factor for students, diminishing negative outcomes and increasing positive ones. Enhancing school connectedness positively affects students' stress levels, social confidence, victimization, health risks behaviors, and school performance, including attendance and grades. Interventions for promoting school connectedness are preventive, goal-oriented, and target the wellbeing of all students. We investigated a pilot implementation of a team-oriented whole school pr...


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