Is simulation based training in inhaler technique of health care professionals more effective than written information?: A randomised controlled study

Xavier Valan Selvaraj Fernando (Llanelli, United Kingdom), Xavier Valan S. Fernando, Anoop Prakash, Anetha Sabanathan, Graham Fent, Victoria Thorley Dickinson, Frank Edenborough, Jack Kastelik, Alan Rigby, Makani Purva, Jaymin Morjaria

Source: International Congress 2015 – Novel strategies for the management of asthma, COPD and airway infections
Session: Novel strategies for the management of asthma, COPD and airway infections
Session type: Thematic Poster Session
Number: 3930
Disease area: Airway diseases

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Xavier Valan Selvaraj Fernando (Llanelli, United Kingdom), Xavier Valan S. Fernando, Anoop Prakash, Anetha Sabanathan, Graham Fent, Victoria Thorley Dickinson, Frank Edenborough, Jack Kastelik, Alan Rigby, Makani Purva, Jaymin Morjaria. Is simulation based training in inhaler technique of health care professionals more effective than written information?: A randomised controlled study. Eur Respir J 2015; 46: Suppl. 59, 3930

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