Asthma is a highly prevalent chronic condition associated with considerable morbidity, reduced health-related quality of life (HRQOL) and significant costs for public health [1], [2]. Interventions aimed at preventing childhood asthma are being developed and evaluated [3]-[9]. While the majority of asthma management education for parents occurs in the clinical setting, increasingly, multifaceted environmental interventions to decrease asthma-like symptoms are delivered by community health workers [7]. Previous studies identified positive outcomes associated with community health worker-delivered interventions, including decreased asthmalike symptoms [7].,
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Hafkamp-De Groen, E.H.D, van der Valk, R.J.P, Mohangoo, A.D, Van Der Wouden, J.C. (Johannes C.), Duijts, L, Jaddoe, V.W.V, … Raat, H. (2015). Evaluation of systematic assessment of asthma-like symptoms and tobacco smoke exposure in early childhood by well-child professionals: A randomized trial. In Everyday Environmental Toxins: Childrens Exposure Risks (pp. 63–86). doi:10.1201/b18221