Feasibility study of a communication and education asthma intervention for general practitioners in Australia.

@article{Shah2010FeasibilitySO,
  title={Feasibility study of a communication and education asthma intervention for general practitioners in Australia.},
  author={S Shah and Brett G Toelle and Susan M Sawyer and Jessica K Roydhouse and Peter O Edwards and Tim Usherwood and Christine Jenkins},
  journal={Australian journal of primary health},
  year={2010},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={
          75-80
        }
}
The Physician Asthma Care Education (PACE) program significantly improved asthma prescribing and communication behaviours of primary care paediatricians in the USA. We tested the feasibility and acceptability of a modified PACE program with Australian general practitioners (GP) and measured its impact on self-reported consulting behaviours in a pilot study. Recruitment took place through a local GP division. Twenty-five GP completed two PACE Australia workshops, which incorporated paediatric… CONTINUE READING
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