This is a qualitative study conducted among 52 stakeholders in the education and health sectors in Malaysia. We explored the views of school staff, healthcare professionals and policymakers, about asthma and school asthma programmes for primary school children to inform the development of a Culturally Tailored school-based intervention for Asthma in Malaysia (CuT-AsthMa) programme. The documents consist of the participant information sheet and consent form, the background questionnaire, topic guides and a coding tree. This study is to support part of the PhD work at the Usher Institute, the University of Edinburgh (PhD title: Culturally Tailored school-based intervention for Asthma in Malaysia (CuT-AsthMa)) Due to the sensitivity of the data and to protect the confidentiality of the participants involved in this study, the raw data will be deposited in DataVault at the University of Edinburgh.
Ramdzan, Kamilla; Pinnock, Hilary; Khoo, Ee Ming; Cunningham, Steve; Liew, Su May. (2021). Stakeholders' views of asthma and school-based asthma programme for primary school children: A qualitative study in Malaysia, [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. Usher University. https://doi.org/10.7488/ds/3004.
|Date made available
|31 Dec 2022
School staff’s, healthcare professionals’ and policymakers’ views of asthma and school-based asthma programme for primary school children: A qualitative study in Malaysia