Support: Mundipharma Pte, Asia
The aim of this study is to use the Delphi process to improve understanding of attitudes to asthma and its management within the attitudinal control clusters of REALISE™ Asia (REcognise Asthma and LInk to Symptoms and Experience), and to use these learnings to generate a number of asthma care recommendations with a view to improving asthma outcomes within the region.
Documents and Publications
- Identification of Attitudinal Clusters within Patients with Asthma: Analysis from REALISE Asia
- Discrepancy between patient perception and guideline-defined asthma control in Asia: A survey of over 2400 patients
- Patterns of hospitalisation and healthcare utilization across attitudinal cluster: analysis from patient survey in Asia
- Final Publications
- Additional Material