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Understanding Asthma and How Patients Can Guide Research (Full-Length)

Please watch this video and answer the following questions. Your responses are anonymous. By answering these questions, you are participating in asthma research!

This video compilation is 37:20 long and includes all of our project's episodes in one video. If you would rather watch shorter episodes, find them on Why Patient Engagement in Asthma Research Is Important.

As you watch the video series, take notes using the Asthma Patient-Centered Research Training Guide.

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When your airways are inflamed, what can make it harder to breathe?

Your asthma might be well-controlled if you use your reliever medicine 1 time a week.

After watching this video, I am more likely to seek medical treatment if asthma is not well controlled.

An Asthma Action Plan can prepare me for a life-threatening asthma attack.

After watching this video, my commitment to making sure I have an up-to-date Asthma Action Plan has increased

Which of the following is a common allergen that can trigger asthma symptoms?

It is important to understand asthma triggers and how to avoid them to prevent asthma episodes.

Asthma research can provide information on:

Which of the following is not an example of an asthma research outcome measure?

Researchers must inform patients about the benefits and risks of participating in a clinical trial.

It is important for patients and family members to participate in clinical trials.

After watching this video, I am more likely to find out more about participating in asthma research.

I am a: (check all that apply)

I (or my family member) was diagnosed with asthma (check all that apply)

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