Asthma severity in children and the quality of life of their parents
Applied Nursing Research
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This study examines the effect of asthma severity of children aged 7–17 years and sociodemographic characteristics on the caregiver's quality of life. For parents of asthmatic children, there was a negative correlation between overall asthma severity and quality-of-life score. Measuring parental quality of life enables the development of effective asthma programs.
Asthma; Asthma in children; Asthmatics; Caregivers; Caregivers--Mental health; Child caregivers; Parent and child; Parenting; Parents; Quality of life
Community-Based Research | Community Health | Nursing | Public Health
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Cerdan, N. S.,
Alpert, P. T.,
Cyrkiel, D. J.,
Asthma severity in children and the quality of life of their parents.
Applied Nursing Research, 25(3),