Ecological Administration of Pediatric Asthma: Rules for Medicinal services Suppliers.


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Rules for Health Care Providers. 2. Established upon NAEPP Guidelines ... Methods for incorporating into medicinal services supplier educational module and clinical practice ...
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Ecological Management of Pediatric Asthma: Guidelines for Health Care Providers

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Overview Founded upon NAEPP Guidelines To be utilized as a part of conjunction with its clinical and pharmacological segments Developed for suppliers of pediatric essential consideration: pediatricians, family doctors, internists, pediatric medical attendant specialists, pediatric medical attendants, and doctor partners Authored by master directing board of trustees and companion evaluated Built on experimental writing and best current practices http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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Overview Endorsed by: Ambulatory Pediatric Association American Association of Colleges of Nursing Association of Faculties of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Supported by: American Academy of Pediatrics National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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Overview Developed for youngsters 0-18 years, as of now determined to have asthma Applies to all settings where kids invest energy Outdoors Homes, schools, and childcare focuses Cars and school transports Camps, relatives\'/companions\' homes, other recreational or lodging settings Occupational situations Available on the web, in printed version, and on CD-ROM http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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Components Educational abilities Environmental history structure Environmental mediation rules Sample Patient Flyers and References Strategies for coordinating into human services supplier educational program and clinical practice Supplemented by online rundown of assets with web-joins http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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Competencies I. Information of Environmental Triggers of Asthma II. Distinguishing proof of Environmental Triggers of Asthma III. Natural Intervention and Treatment IV. Capacity to Counsel Caregivers and Pediatric Asthma Patients on the Reduction of Environmental Asthma Triggers V. Powerful Communication and Patient Follow-Up Skills VI. Promotion http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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History Form Quick admission structure Administered by human services supplier Available online as PDF and Word record Can be glued into existing layout Questions are in yes/no organization Follow up yes answer with top to bottom inquiries on Intervention Guidelines actuality sheets http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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Intervention Guidelines Two-visit idea Separate certainty sheets: Dust Mites Animal Allergen Cockroach Allergen Mold/Mildew Environmental Tobacco Smoke Air Pollution http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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Intervention Guidelines Short presentation top to bottom inquiries Explore introduction sources Parents\' ebb and flow rehearses Intervention proposals Sample understanding freebees to download Additional assets on activity\'s site http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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Steering Committee James Roberts, MD, MPH (Chair) – Medical University of South Carolina Elizabeth Blackburn, RN – Environmental Protection Agency Allen Dearry, PhD – National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Patricia deSa, MS – Kaiser Permanente Peyton Eggleston, MD – John Hopkins University, School of Medicine Ruth Etzel, MD, PhD – George Washington University, School of Public Health Joel Forman, MD – Mount Sinai School of Medicine Robert Johnson, MD – Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Philip Landrigan, MD, MSc – Mount Sinai School of Medicine Leyla Erk McCurdy, MPhil – National Environmental Education Foundation Stephen Redd, MD – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Richard M. Roth, MD – Kaiser Permanente Dave Rowson – Environmental Protection Agency Barbara Sattler, RN, DrPH – University of Maryland, School of Nursing Alisa Smith, PhD – Environmental Protection Agency Laurel Talabere, PhD, RN – Capital University Robert Wood, MD – John Hopkins University, School of Medicine Lorrie Yoos, PhD, CPNP – University of Rochester

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Contact Information Leyla Erk McCurdy Senior Director Health & Environment Programs Email: mccurdy@neefusa.org Phone: 202-261-6488 NEEF is following use and demands your criticism http://www.neefusa.org/wellbeing/asthma/index.htm

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