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|Title:||Caregivers' use of, and attitudes towards, written asthma action plans in North-West Melbourne|
|Citation:||Primary Care Respiratory Journal, 2005; 14(3):143-146|
|Publisher:||Strategic Medical Publishing|
|C.A. Barton, N.D. Sulaiman, D.M. Clarke and M.J. Abramson|
|Abstract:||We investigated the attitudes of caregivers towards written asthma action plans (WAAPs). A small number of caregivers participating in a larger randomised controlled trial (RCT) participated in qualitative interviews. 'Ownership and use of WAAPs' and 'Schools and WAAPs' were the main themes to emerge. The new school year is an opportunity to review and update WAAPs.|
|Description:||Copyright © 2004 General Practice Airways Group Published by Elsevier Ltd.|
|Appears in Collections:||General Practice publications|
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