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Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma (ARIA) guidelines—2016 revision
TLDR
The 2016 revision of the ARIA guidelines provides both updated and new recommendations about the pharmacologic treatment of AR, addressing the relative merits of using oral H1‐antihistamines, intranasal H1-antihistsamines, IntranasAL corticosteroids, and leukotriene receptor antagonists either alone or in combination. Expand
Inhaler competence in asthma: common errors, barriers to use and recommended solutions.
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This review takes forward the challenge of inhaler competence by highlighting the issues and suggesting potential solutions to these problems, as most issues faced by patients have not changed for half a century and this situation should not be allowed to continue any longer. Expand
Pharmacy Asthma Care Program (PACP) improves outcomes for patients in the community
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A pharmacist-delivered asthma care programme based on national guidelines improves asthma control and the sustainability and implementation of the programme within the healthcare system remains to be investigated. Expand
Inhaler Errors in the CRITIKAL Study: Type, Frequency, and Association with Asthma Outcomes.
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Specific inhaler errors have been identified as critical errors, evidenced by frequency and association with asthma outcomes, and Asthma management should target inhaler training to reduce key critical errors. Expand
The Validity and Reliability of Two Asthma Knowledge Questionnaires
TLDR
The CQ and HQ were shown to be simple, valid and reliable instruments for the assessment of asthma knowledge of consumers and health care professionals and to direct educational resources more appropriately. Expand
Experiences of community pharmacists involved in the delivery of a specialist asthma service in Australia
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The PAMS provided pharmacists an opportunity to become involved in an innovative service delivery model, supported by the researchers, yet trained and empowered to implement the clinical service throughout the trial period and beyond. Expand
Metered-Dose Inhaler Technique: The Effect of Two Educational Interventions Delivered in Community Pharmacy Over Time
TLDR
It is demonstrated that adding a physical demonstration is more effective in improving pMDI technique than written and verbal instructions alone. Expand
Identifying patient‐specific beliefs and behaviours for conversations about adherence in asthma
TLDR
This data indicates that among patients with asthma, adherence-related beliefs or behaviours are more likely to be determined through a clinical visit than through an individual patient-led study. Expand
Collaboration in chronic care: unpacking the relationship of pharmacists and general medical practitioners in primary care
TLDR
This research gained deeper understanding of the expectations, experiences and perceptions of Australian general medication practitioners and pharmacists around collaboration in chronic illness (asthma) management in the primary care setting. Expand
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