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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Engaging pupils with asthma in physical activity
Author(s): Hoskins, Gaylor
Williams, Brian
Coyle, Joanne
Corlett, Jo
Neville, Ron
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Keywords: Asthma
Children and young people
Physical activity
Issue Date: Feb-2009
Date Deposited: 29-Oct-2012
Citation: Hoskins G, Williams B, Coyle J, Corlett J & Neville R (2009) Engaging pupils with asthma in physical activity. British Journal of School Nursing, 4 (1), pp. 23-27.
Abstract: It is essential for all children and young people to participate in physical activity. Pupils suffering from asthma, however, are more likely to avoid it. This study explores the beliefs and attitudes of educational staff towards the condition and how these may have an impact on participation.
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