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|Series||Working group memorandums,, 1994: 16 eng, Sosiaali- ja terveysministeriön työryhmämuistioita ;, 1994:16.|
|Contributions||Finland. Sosiaali- ja terveysministeriö.|
|LC Classifications||RA645.A83 A85513 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||97140993|
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Background: A National Asthma Programme was undertaken in Finland from to to improve asthma care and prevent an increase in costs. The main goal was to lessen the burden of asthma to individuals and society.
Methods: The action programme focused on implementation of new knowledge, especially for primary care. The main premise Cited by: A National Asthma Programme was undertaken in Finland from to to improve asthma care and prevent an increase in costs.
The main goal was to lessen the burden of asthma to individuals and action programme focused on implementation Cited by: In Finland as in other Nordic countries asthma symptoms caused by cold weather are common and many other environmental factors play a key role in the prevention and management of asthma.
4 Increased variability of asthma symptoms by environmental factors gives an additional diagnostic challenge Asthma programme in Finland the health care professionals. The national asthma programme was Cited by: 5. For the second, we need better understanding of the true causes of a disease.
For both we need research, organized healthcare, and a stable society. In the early s, a new paradigm of asthma as an inflammatory disease was implemented into practice by the Finnish Asthma Programme (–).
The first European National Asthma Programme was the Finnish year programme (–), which has been the model for other European and non-European programmes. Results and several follow-up reports of the Finnish programme have been published previously [ 52 – 59 ].Cited by: asthma to individuals and society Finnish Asthma Programme Finnish Asthma Programme – major change for the bettermajor Asthma programme in Finland for the better Focus: (1) inflammation, (2) early detection and intervention, (3) guided self-management, and (4) networking(4) networking.
Finland Haahtela T, Klaukka T, Koskela K, Erhola M, Laitinen LA; Working Group of the Asthma Programme in Finland Asthma programme in Finland: a community problem needs community solutions. Thorax. ; Haahtela T, Asthma programme in Finland L, Pietinalho A, Klaukka T, Erhola M, Kaila M, Nieminen MM, Kontula E, Laitinen LA.
The WAO WHITE BOOK ON ALLERGY provides evidence about the increasing prevalence of allergic diseases worldwide and offers "high level" recommendation for action on. The Finnish Asthma Programme focused on early intervention and disease control, thereby resulting in a significant reduction of asthma morbidity.
During the follow-up period from tothe number of hospital days continued to fall by 54%.Cited by: The Finnish Allergy Programme – Experience from the Asthma Programme – has been used to facilitate also the Allergy Programme.
The burden of a chronic disease can be decisively decreased. Allergy & Asthma Book, includes self‐management by: Asthma barometer in Finnish pharmacies 1.
Haahtela T & LaitinenLA. Asthma programme in Finland Report of a working group. Clin Exp Asthma programme in Finland ;26(Suppl 1):i–ii,1–24; 2. Kauppi P, Peura S, SalimäkiJ, et al. Reduced severity and improved control of self-reported asthma in Finland during Asia Pac Allergy ;–39; 3.
TABLE 1 National and regional asthma programmes identified in Europe Country [Ref.] Study period Initiator Executor National Finland [7, 8] – Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health and Working group Finnish Lung Health organisation, a nongovernmental organisation France  – National Agency for AccreditationFile Size: KB.
Haahtela T, Klaukka T, Koskela K, Erhola M, Laitinen LA. Working Group of the Asthma Programme in Finland – Asthma programme in Finland: a community problem needs community solutions.
Thorax ; – PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. True costs in red. Annual theoretical costs in blue and min costs in grey Reissell E, et al. Asthma costs in Finland. A public health model to indicate cost effectiveness during 20 years.
Finnish Medical Journal Haahtela T, et al. Reduction of asthma costs in Finland A prevalence based cost of illness study Manuscript The Finnish Allergy Programme Experience from the Asthma Programme has been used to facilitate also the Allergy Programme.
The burden of a chronic disease can be decisively decreased. Although signs of reversing trends in asthma prevalence have not emerged in Finland, the programme.
Like asthma and allergy programmes the year National COPD programme – used GOLD approach and had a positive impact on burden of CRD in Finland. Conclusions In view of the huge global health burden of CRD and other major NCD there is a great need for international collaboration to diminish this by: 4.
A model of disease management conducted in Finland from had a massive effect in reducing asthma mortality, morbidity and costs. The program focused on early diagnosis, active anti-inflammatory treatment, and networking between primary Cited by: 4.
Haahtela T, Klaukka T, Koskela K, Erhola M, Laitinen LA on behalf of the Working Group of the Asthma Programme in Finland – () Asthma programme in Finland: a community problem needs community solutions.
Thorax – PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: A model of disease management conducted in Finland from had a massive effect in reducing asthma mortality, morbidity and costs. The program focused on early diagnosis, active anti-inflammatory treatment, and networking between primary care providers and pharmacists.
A national asthma implementation programme was undertaken in Finland – (population million). The programme focused on early diagnosis, active anti‐inflammatory treatment from the outset, guided self‐management and effective networking with the GPs and pharmacists.
The results did not leave much to argue (17, 18). Even though Cited by: Over 1 billion people suffer from chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma, COPD, rhinitis and rhinosinusitis.
They cause an enormous burden and are considered as major non-communicable diseases. Many patients are still uncontrolled and the cost of inaction is unacceptable. A meeting was held in Vilnius, Lithuania (Ma ) under the patronage Cited by: 8. Degree Programme in Dental Health Care Author: Veronika Fedorik Title of the thesis: A Look at the Oral Health Guidance Skills of Public Health Nurses Working with Asthma Patients Supervisor: Helena Heikka Term and year when the thesis was submitted: Autumn Number of pages: 66 + 13 appendices.
Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the respiratory system, which is characterized by swelling and narrowing of the bronchial tubes leading to wheezing, chest tightness, breathlessness, and coughing .The prevalence of asthma has increased since the s in the Scandinavian countries, including Finland .In the prevalence of self-reported doctor Cited by: 1.
Haahtela T, Laitinen LA. Asthma programme in Finland Report of a Working Group. Clinical and Experimental Allergy ;26 Suppl Murray CJ. Quantifying the burden of disease: the technical basis for disability-adjusted life years.
Bulletin of the World Health Organization ; Cited by: Evaluation of an Asthma Management Program for Chinese Children with Mild- to-Moderate Asthma in Hong Kong Evaluation of the Efficacy of a Hospital-Based Asthma Education Programme in Patients of Low Socioeconomic Status in Hong Kong Finland Asthma Programme in Finland India National Library of Finland Open Data and Linked Data Service.
Search works, persons, organizations and subjects: care. The philosophy of pharmaceutical care launched by Hepler and Strand () provoked a worldwide discussion. Pharmacists and their advocates mostly agreed the statements of the pharmacist’s responsibility of patient’s drug therapy.
Debates of the meaning of the concept of pharmaceutical care, instructions for getting started and. Pawankar R, Canonica GW, Holgate ST, and Lockey RF, editors. WAO White Book on Allergy.
The Finnish Asthma Programme ) have concluded that. Terminology. A national or international awareness day or observance is a date usually set by a major organisation or government to commemorate a public health or ethical cause of importance on a national or international level.
An international observance, also known as an international dedication or international anniversary, is a period of time to observe some issue of. Health solutions for the poor International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease The Global Asthma Report A 10 YEAR ASTHMA PROGRAMME IN FINLAND: MAJOR CHANGE FOR THE BETTER A National Asthma Program was undertaken in Finland from to improve asthma care and prevent increased costs.
Although the incidence of asthma is increasing, the number of hospital days fell by 54%, mortality decreased, and absolute numbers for disability pensions. Haahtela T, Klaukka T, Koskea K, Erhola M, Laitinen LA; Working Group of the Asthma Programme în Finland Asthma programme în Finland: a community problem needs community solutions.
Thorax. Valenca AM, et al. The relationship between the severity of asthma and comorbidities with anxiety and depressive disorders. He is the Chairman of the Finnish Asthma () and Allergy Programmes (). He is an Editorial Board member of several scientific journals, Board member of Global Initiative of Asthma (GINA) and World Allergy Organisation (WAO).
WAO White Book on Allergy Executive Summary The Finnish Asthma Programme ) have concluded that the burden of these community health problems can be reduced.
Asthma programme in Finland Clin Exp Allergy ; 26 (Suppl. 1): Haahtela T, Klaukka T, Koskela K et al. Asthma programme in Finland: a. The Editors of the White book extend their gratitude to His Excellency Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Former President of India and Madame Ilora Finlay Baronness of the House of Lords for their Forewords to the White Book and to the International Primary Care Respiratory Group (IPCRG) and European Federation of Allergy and Airways Diseases Patients ‘Associations (EFA) for.
An international observance, also known as an international dedication or international anniversary, is a period of time to observe some issue of international interest or is used to commemorate, promote and mobilize for action. Many of these periods have been established by the United Nations General Assembly (UN), Economic and Social Council.
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The Finnish Asthma Programme ) have concluded that. Use a comprehensive environmental intervention to achieve the greatest possible reduction in allergen exposure; CHAPTER 3.
s Several studies of comprehensive environmental. CHAPTER 4. symptoms in allergic patients. the burden of these community health problems can be reduced. Director of Graduate Studies, Division of Drug Delivery and Disposition, School of Pharmacy Director of Graduate Studies, School of Pharmacy present Distinguished Professor (William R.
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