The effect of goal setting in asthma self-management education: A systematic review

ConclusionThis systematic review highlighted the potential of a goal setting technique in the asthma self-management education. However, due to the limitations of the quality and quantity of the included literature, more rigorous studies are needed. In the future, better effective study protocol combining with goal setting approach and other behavior technique is needed to further investigate.
Source: International Journal of Nursing Sciences - Category: Nursing Source Type: research

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Researchers at the National Institute of Health and Welfare in Finland analysed 1,400 homes in the country and in Germany and found farmyard bacteria reduced the risk of asthma.
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This study demonstrated the effectiveness and feasibility of a multicomponent, multi-trigger intervention offered through a public health department to African American children with asthma.Preventing Chronic Disease
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