"There's nothing I can't do – I just put my mind to anything and I can do it": a qualitative analysis of how children with chronic disease and their parents account for and manage physical activity

@article{Fereday2009TheresNI,
  title={"There's nothing I can't do – I just put my mind to anything and I can do it": a qualitative analysis of how children with chronic disease and their parents account for and manage physical activity},
  author={Jennifer A Fereday and Colin MacDougall and Marianne Spizzo and Philip Darbyshire and Wendy Schiller},
  journal={BMC Pediatrics},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={1 - 1}
}
BACKGROUND This paper reports the findings of a South Australian qualitative, exploratory study of children and young people living with a chronic disease, and their perceptions and experiences of physical activity. The perceptions and experiences of their parents were also explored. The chronic diseases were type 1 diabetes, asthma and cystic fibrosis. METHODS Multiple qualitative data collection techniques were used to elicit the children and young people's perspectives and experiences of… CONTINUE READING

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