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Measuring Disease Burden: Asthma caregiver quality of life. Ana Kobayashi Maternal and Child Health Program June 7, 2006. Background. Asthma is a major public health problem facing children and families.

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measuring disease burden asthma caregiver quality of life

Measuring Disease Burden:Asthma caregiver quality of life

Ana Kobayashi

Maternal and Child Health Program

June 7, 2006

background
Background
  • Asthma is a major public health problem facing children and families.
  • Asthma is a common chronic childhood illness, leading to 14 million missed school days each year.
  • Children’s asthma also affects the well - being of parents and caregivers.

(National Center for Environmental Health of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, 2005) (Institute of Medicine, 2000)

asthma caregiver quality of life
Asthma Caregiver Quality of Life
  • The Pediatric Asthma Caregiver Quality of Life Questionnaire (PACQLQ) measures how a child’s asthma affects caregivers.
  • 13 item questionnaire asking caregivers about their activities and feelings.

(Juniper et al., 1996b)

literature review
Literature Review
  • Patient QOL studies find that AQLQ scores are related to:
    • Asthma severity
    • Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS)
    • Education and income
    • Female gender (inconsistently)
    • Hispanic race/ethnicity

(Leidy et al., 1998a, Leidy et al., 1998b;Eisner et al, 2002;Sippel et al., 1999) (Adams et al., 2004; Apter et al, 1999; von Rueden et al., 2006)

literature review5
Literature Review
  • Few studies have investigated predictors of caregiver QOL, and indicate caregiver QOL is associated with:
    • Child symptom free days and symptom frequency
    • Caregiver’s perception of disease control
    • Use of maintenance medication
    • Smoking household
    • Hispanic ethnicity

(Halterman et al., 2004; Levy et al., 2004)

study objective
Study Objective
  • To evaluate relationships between caregiver QOL and health utilization, asthma management, and other variables in a community sample.
setting clean air for kids
Setting: Clean Air for Kids
  • Clean Air for Kids Partnership (CAFK) is a program designed to help caregivers of children with asthma learn how to manage asthma at home and how to reduce environmental exposures.
  • Caregivers of children with asthma who live in Pierce County, Washington reach the program through community-, physician-, school-, and self - referral.

(Primomo, Johnston, DiBiase, Nodolf & Noren, 2006)

methods
Methods
  • Secondary data analysis
  • Data was collected during CAFK program evaluation, consisting of baseline caregiver survey responses.
  • Linear regression was used to evaluate associations between independent and outcome variables and to generate three linear regression models.
results
Results
  • Found:
    • Associations between independent variables and PACQLQ, Emotional function, and Activity limitation scores.
    • Three stepwise linear regression models for each: PACQLQ, Emotional function, and Activity limitation scores.
implications for practice
Implications for practice
  • Interventions proven to reduce emergency health services utilization should be used to support increased caregiver quality of life.
  • Future studies should further investigate relationships between demographic characteristics of families and caregiver quality of life.
acknowledgements
Acknowledgements
  • Clean Air for Kids Partnership
  • Janet Primomo RN, PhD.
  • Marcia Williams PhD., MPH.

Supported in part by Project #T76 MC 00011

from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau

(Title V, Social Security Act),

Health Resources and Services Administration,

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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