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Abstract

Cultural beliefs about medication effectiveness have been shown to differ by racial and ethnic backgrounds and can contribute to pediatric asthma disparities. Given that child asthma is managed within the family system, the caregiver beliefs about asthma medications may impact a child’s efficacy to manage their asthma. The purpose of this study was to examine associations between caregiver beliefs about asthma medications and child asthma self-efficacy.

Publication Date

2014

Subject Major(s)

Psychology

Current Academic Year

Senior

Faculty Advisor/Mentor

Dr. Robin Everhart

Sponsorship

Virginia Commonwealth University. Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

Is Part Of

VCU Undergraduate Research Posters

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Associations between Cultural Beliefs and Asthma Self-Efficacy in Pediatric Asthma

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