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Poster Session

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Research Advisor(s)

Marty L. Eng, Pharm.D.; Kelly J. Hiteshew, Pharm.D.


asthma, pediatrics, Hispanic caregivers


7.5% of Hispanics in the United States suffer from asthma-related diseases, and Latino children are not as likely to use preventative asthma medications as compared with Caucasians. Educational interventions may reduce the number of visits to emergency-care. The reasons for non-adherence are currently unknown, and discovering these reasons will help to address the problem.

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