Can morbidity associated with untreated asthma in primary school children be reduced?: a controlled intervention study.

@article{Hill1991CanMA,
  title={Can morbidity associated with untreated asthma in primary school children be reduced?: a controlled intervention study.},
  author={Rob Hill and Jonathan Williams and J Robert Britton and Anne E Tattersfield},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={1991},
  volume={303 6811},
  pages={1169-74}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether an intervention programme based on existing school and community resources can reduce school absence and improve participation in games lessons and sport in children with unrecognised or undertreated asthma. DESIGN Parallel group controlled intervention study. SETTING 102 primary schools in Nottingham: 49 were randomised to receive the intervention and 53 to be control schools. SUBJECTS All children aged 5 to 10 years with parent reported absence from school… CONTINUE READING