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The overarching aim of this work is to develop behaviour change interventions to reduce people with asthmas exposure to fine particulate matter. By monitoring your own exposure to PM2.5 and working together with the researcher, you will co-design tailored behaviour changes and test their efficacy for reducing your exposure.
Taking part in this research, you will be contributing to the scientific knowledge base, helping us to understand better the links between air pollution and asthma. Owing to PM2.5 travelling deep into the lung and exacerbating asthma symptoms, this work has the potential to aid in the management of asthma symptoms.
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