Brief description of the book: This edifying volume presents current clinical and research issues on the self-management of asthma from potential improvements and the evolving role of behavioral science in asthma treatment to assessments relevant to the subjective experience of asthma. Reveals how self-care programs can serve to improve patient health while lowering medical costs by reducing the need for services, such as hospitalization and emergency facilities. It Features a unique multidisciplinary approach by experts in clinical pulmonary medicine and the behavioral sciences.
Background of the authors: Geri Harrington
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