Nurse versus physician led-care for the management of paediatric asthma

@inproceedings{Kuethe2014NurseVP,
  title={Nurse versus physician led-care for the management of paediatric asthma},
  author={Maarten C Kuethe},
  year={2014}
}
Objectives To review the effectiveness of nurse-led asthma care provided by a specialised asthma nurse, a nurse practitioner, a physician assistant or an otherwise specifically trained nursing professional, working relatively independently from a physician, compared to traditional care provided by a physician. Our scope included all outpatient care for asthma, both in primary care and in hospital settings. Search methods We carried out a comprehensive search of databases including The Cochrane… CONTINUE READING

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