Initiating an online asthma management program in urban emergency departments: the recruitment experience

Christine L.M. Joseph, Mei Lu, Stephanie Stokes-Bruzzelli, Dayna A. Johnson, Elizabeth Duffy, Michele Demers, Talan Zhang, Dennis R. Ownby, Edward Zoratti, Prashant Mahajan
2016 Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology  
Authors' Contributions Christine LM Joseph is PI of the project and is responsible for all aspects of the study; Mei Lu is co-investigator of the study and responsible for study design, implementation, and analysis; Stephanie Bruzzelli-Stokes is an investigator on the project, contributing to study design and intervention implementation in the HFHS emergency department; Dayna A Johnson and Elizabeth Duffy are project coordinators who contributed to study design and were responsible for
more » ... ing all aspects of the study; Talan Zhang conducted analyses for this manuscript; Dennis R Ownby is a co-investigator and contributed to intervention development and study design; Edward Zoratti is a co-investigator and contributed to study design and implementation; Prashant Mahajan is a co-investigator contributing to study design and intervention implementation in the CHM emergency department. All of the above staff contributed to the development, content, and editing of this manuscript. Components of study enrollment Baseline and Session 1-After obtaining consent/assent, teens completed an online baseline questionnaire from a laptop or from a mobile in-house computer. Items on the baseline included current asthma care, current medications used, continuity of care, and Joseph et al.
doi:10.1016/j.anai.2015.10.021 pmid:26596405 pmcid:PMC4695271 fatcat:itu4fmxd2bhsbcntx7fr3g57zi