• Wall, Michael (PI)

Project: Research project

Project Details


The program is designed to develop and evaluate curriculum in
lung disease prevention for medical students, nursing students,
housestaff of the primary care services, and post graduate
physicians. The program has been designed to integrate with
existing curricula and is seen as a multidisciplinary, collaborative
effort. Letters of support are appended from the Dean of the
School of Medicine, the chiefs of the primary care services, the
Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education, and numerous
other faculty. Consultants in the areas of health education,
curriculum development, and curriculum evaluation have assisted
in the grant preparation and will continue to work on the project.
In general we have attempted to use modern concepts of
educational and behavioral theory to develop a curriculum
program which we believe will have maximum impact. The
research project tied to the program is a collaborative effort
designed to test the effects of maximal educational input on the
attitudes and behaviors of health professionals in the areas of
asthma treatment and self management.
Effective start/end date9/30/879/29/93


  • National Institutes of Health


  • Medicine(all)


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