100 outpatients

Fill in the B-IPQ and drawing lung

B-IPQ reflects patients’ optimism about the consequences of COPD, 87 patients completed the drawing and believed that COPD was related to smoking

quit smoking theme


398 users on the COPD website

The researchers analyzed topics based on the patients’ posts on the site. And interact with patients.



116 from four countries

Three consecutive qualitative studies

A conceptual framework for exercise was developed. Patients really understand the importance of physical activity.


29 patients

Focus group method

Identify the obstacles to the rehabilitation of patients in the community, and formulate a sound exercise intervention pulmonary rehabilitation plan.



9 patients

An online respiratory rehabilitation program was discussed by semi-structured interview, patients point obstacles about breathing exercises

Respiratory exercise instruction and Online focused counseling can benefit citizens’ participatory health


120 patients

60 patients (Experimental group) were trained in empowerment mode, The remaining 60 patients (control group) received routine oral education.

The improvement of FEV1, FEV1/FVC and PEF in the intervention group was greater than that in the control group.


110 patients

55 patients (Experimental group) underwent an empowerment breathing training pattern, The remaining 55 patients (control group) received routine guidance

Experimental group about lung function improvement and self-efficacy were better than the control group.



308 patients

154 patients (Experimental group) conducted CCC project education,

For example, discuss COPD symptoms, nutritional interventions, etc. Follow-up calls were made within one week, one month, two months and six months after discharge; The remaining 154 patients (control group) received follow-up calls were made only 6 months after discharge.

Follow-up was completed in 37% of the trial group and 29% of the control group, respectively. The results showed that the CCC program improved the quality of life of patients, but there was no statistical significance in the readmission rate of the two groups.


224 patients

Both the experimental group (n = 112) and control group (n = 112) received a disease awareness questionnaire one month after discharge, and telephone follow-up was conducted on the 30th and 84th days to collect the readmission rate and mortality.

There was no statistical significance in the readmission rate of the two groups. There was statistical significance only in patients’ assessment of symptoms of their own disease.



14 patients

Semi-structured interviews were conducted with patients who participated in Net-COPD (submission of weekly readings and regular video) to understand patients’ views on telemedicine.

Improving sense of security and happiness. Because they know the medical staff will monitor their condition.