Evaluate the prevalence and clinical implications of comorbid nasal and bronchial hyper responsiveness in patients managed in a range of settings (primary care, specialist/secondary care, pharmacy)

The aim of the study is to characterise people with asthma in primary care prescribed at least one course of oral steroids in the preceding 12 months based on their medication profile and asthma management practices. The study also seeks to identify the patient-related factors associate with oral steroid use.
Lead Investigator:
Sinthia Bosnic-Anticevich
Research Team:
Peter Hellings
David Price
Status: Proposed Study
Support: REG, Optimum Patient Care
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