Perceptions of asthma in South Asians and their views on educational materials and self-management plans: a qualitative study.

Abstract

Asians with asthma have higher hospital admission rates than whites without any evidence of increased asthma severity. There is limited information as to whether these differences are due to language or communication difficulties, variable knowledge and cultural attitudes to asthma or deficiencies of medical care. A qualitative study with 60 participants… (More)

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@article{Hussein2002PerceptionsOA, title={Perceptions of asthma in South Asians and their views on educational materials and self-management plans: a qualitative study.}, author={Shabir Hussein and Martyn Partridge}, journal={Patient education and counseling}, year={2002}, volume={48 2}, pages={189-94} }