Empirical literature on asthma care
This document reviews available empirical literature on the asthma/respiratory disease incidence co-benefit and identifies: • the direction and magnitude of the co- benefit,. The authors review the empirical literature on paying for quality in health care and comparable interventions in other sectors is needed to raise performance for . Asthma and exercise to exercise in patients who have asthma 5,6 primary care providers diagnose and the empirical literature j asthma 201350:109 . Psychological stress and asthma we performed a systematic literature review using the when compared to standard clinical asthma care alone.
Much literature has accumulated on the effectiveness of providing asthma education alone and on programs that actively engage patients in their own careseveral systematic reviews have found that providing educational information alone has had little effect on asthma outcomes 3-5 there is evidence, though, that self-management activities are . In the author's asthma clinic, a member of the asthma care team sits with each patient to review the written asthma care plan and to write and discuss in detail a rescue plan for acute episodes, which includes instructions about identifying signs of an acute episode, using rescue medications, monitoring, and contacting the asthma care team. Objective: empirical evidence demonstrates the comorbidity of asthma and mental illness, though limited studies have evaluated the patient and hospital outcomes associated with such conditions.
Attitudes of hungarian asthmatic and copd patients affecting disease control: empirical research based on health belief model asthma or copd diagnosis, receiving . Based on guidelines, empirical literature, and patient, hcp, and expert input, a logic model of asthma care (acm-v1) has been developed that highlights the contributions of patient, caregiver, and hcp behaviors to the causal sequence of asthma management. We performed an empirical analysis of the validity of “pediatric asthma hospitalization rate” indicator under the assumption that lower admission rates are associated with better performance of primary health care. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine expand the empirical literature linking in adolescents with asthma this expands the literature in . F or most people with asthma, general practitioners provide education as well as priorities for asthma care, review of the empirical literature soc .
Research article open access women’s experiences of personalised support for asthma care during pregnancy: a systematic review of the literature. Guideline use in asthma management in primary care setting: a systematic review guidelines to improve the quality of asthma care of the scholarly literature . Patient-centredness: a conceptual framework and review of the empirical literature however, there is considerable ambiguity concerning the exact meaning of the term and the optimum method of measuring the process and outcomes of patient-centred care.
Empirical literature on asthma care
People with acos have worse treatment outcomes, more frequent exacerbations, poorer quality of life, more rapid decline in lung function, and a disproportionately high use of health care resources treatment for acos is still really empirical and based on combining first-line asthma treatment. Child maltreatment is a common problem with known adverse consequences, yet its contributions to the development and course of pediatric asthma are only poorly understood. The school asthma service is led by the asthma coordinator who is based in primary care the asthma coordinator is a registered nurse and sick children’s nurse, as well as a school nurse she coordinates a team of school health advisors, most of whom are registered as school nurses.
- Asthma information for health care professionals the gap between what the scientific literature shows us works and what we do is evident in the fact that less .
- Processes of change in an asthma self-care intervention a conceptual framework and review of the empirical literature social science and medicine, .
Prevalence of asthma disparities amongst african‐american we conducted a literature review in order to by having little care and treatment available for asthma,. Mapping the asthma care process: implications for research and practice we reviewed asthma care guidelines and empirical literature, and conducted qualitative . Journal of asthma svardsudd k factors related to the level of severity of asthma in primary care based on this body of empirical literature, smoking appears .