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Community-Driven Asthma Research Project between SC CTSI and Community Groups Helps Kids in Long Beach Breathe Easier. This presentation summarizes the research project: After-school settings as a setting as a method of addressing asthma management and prevention: A community-based research perspective.
Read the full story: http://sc-ctsi.org/index.php/news-dev/the-most-powerful-weapon-against-asthma-is-education#.UeNOeWRARhU
View the booklet now "What you can do about your child's asthma" - http://sc-ctsi.org/assets/asthma/flash-booklet/
This SC CTSI-supported study was developed by: Marisela Robles, MS; Katrina Kubicek, MA; Michele D. Kipke, PhD - SC Clinical and Translational Science Institute and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles; Neal Richman, PhD; Saba Firoozi, MPH - BREATHE California of Los Angeles County; Charlene Chen, MHS; Hannah Valino, MPH - COPE Health Solutions.
Learn more about SC CTSI at USC and CHLA: http://sc-ctsi.org/