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Asthma Learning Tool Evaluation

If you would like to help us evaluate the Asthma Learning Tool (ALT) and have a copy of the 7th edition of One Minute Asthma, please follow the directions below:

1. Download and print the ALT (a.k.a. the Asthma Quiz) by clicking one of the links below:

2. Answer as many of the questions as you can.

3. Read One Minute Asthma to find the answers to questions you missed. This lookup is a learning experience. Most questions list the page in One Minute Asthma where you can find the answer. The answers for the rest appear at the end of the ALT. Some questions have additional answers that are not listed. Your answer may be as true as the answer given. If you don't have a copy of One Minute Asthma (click here to order), print the answer sheet to find the answers to the questions you missed. (Answer Sheet in English - Answer Sheet in Spanish).

4. Once you have finished, use the contact form below to answer these five questions:

How many minutes did you spend answering the questions?
How many minutes did you spend looking up answers?
Name one thing you learned that will help you care for asthma:
Was your learning worth the time you spent?
Did taking the ALT motivate you to spend additional time learning about asthma?
Email address (optional; include if you would like a report of this study):
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