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S.J. Ersser, H. Farasat, K. Jackson, H. Dennis, Z.A. Sheppard and A. More A service evaluation of the Eczema Education Programme: an analysis of child, parent and service impact outcomes British Journal of Dermatology 169

Article first published online: 30 AUG 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/bjd.12414

What's already known about this topic?

  • Effective eczema management depends on support for effective parental engagement.
  • Systematic educational support, whether group multidisciplinary or one-to-one nurse-led intervention, can have a favourable impact on the health-related quality of life and disease severity of children with eczema.

What does this study add?

  • This is the first evaluation of an original self-efficacy-based Eczema Education Programme, generating robust noncontrolled evidence that systematic nurse-led group eczema education can favourably impact on the health-related quality of life and disease severity of children with eczema
  • Parental self-efficacy is an important factor that may lead to improved quality of life and should be measured in intervention studies.

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