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I'm working on a project geared towards improving children's interaction with Peak Flow Meters.
Can you answer some of the questions below?
How old is your child?
How would you describe your child’s asthma? (Sever, Moderate, Mild)
How often does your child use his or her inhaler?
How often does your child use his or her peak flow meter?
Is there a specific/regular time of day that he/she uses the peak flow?
Does your child carry the device to school?
If 100% is all of the time they should and 0% is never, how often does your child use the peak flow meter as he or she should?
What are the largest barriers of use for kids?
Would your child be able to utilize an app that replaced the peak flow meter?
What have you done to try and get your child to use their peak flow meter more often?
What activities (physical or otherwise) does your child participate in?
Do you keep track of your child’s peak flow readings? If so, then how?