Asthma Management in Schools

Decker, Jim; Folsom-Meek, Sherry L.
June 1995
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly;Jun1995, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p289
Academic Journal
Highlights the article `Recognition and Crisis Management of Asthma in Schools,' by S. Shah, P. Gibson and S. Wachinger from the `Journal of Pediatrics and Child Health.' Development of a primary school asthma program designed to improve school personnel's knowledge about asthma and response to asthma emergencies; Positive outcomes of the program.


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