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Asthma self management perceptions and behaviours in adults: qualitative and quantitative results.

University of Wollongong
Gillian Stillfried (Principal investigator) Sandra Jones (Principal investigator)
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This dataset results from a project funded by the Asthma Foundation of New South Wales which used social marketing principles to investigate the perceived self-management needs and wants of adult asthmatics in the Illawarra region. To achieve this, a mixture of qualitative (literature review and focus groups) and quantitative (online survey) research methodologies were used. This dataset contains focus group and survey data.

Submitted: 27 04 2011

Data time period: 2009

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