A children's asthma education program: Roaring Adventures of Puff (RAP), improves quality of life.

@article{McGhan2010ACA,
  title={A children's asthma education program: Roaring Adventures of Puff (RAP), improves quality of life.},
  author={Shawna L McGhan and Eric Wong and Heather M Sharpe and Patrick A Hessel and Puish Mandhane and Vivki L Boechler and Carina M Majaesic and A Dean Befus},
  journal={Canadian respiratory journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={67-73}
}
BACKGROUND It is postulated that children with asthma who receive an interactive, comprehensive education program would improve their quality of life, asthma management and asthma control compared with children receiving usual care. OBJECTIVE To assess the feasibility and impact of 'Roaring Adventures of Puff' (RAP), a six-week childhood asthma education program administered by health professionals in schools. METHODS Thirty-four schools from three health regions in Alberta were randomly… CONTINUE READING

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