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    Biopsychosocial model for Asthma
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    Mef_One posted:
    Hello everyone,

    For one of my college courses, I did research on the Biopsychosocial approach to Asthma. I created my powerpoint into a video, added narrations, and uploaded it on youtube. I did this for educational purposes. I feel that I found good information that has to be shared. In addition, I feel that the Biopsychosocial model is often neglected and needs to be promoted. The video is perfect. I stumbled a few times and mispronounced medical terms (I am not a medical doctor). If anyone feels that they've acquired new information or changed their perception about Asthma and the biopsychosocial model, I would feel accomplished.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gCDJYjyqYg
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