The OUTCH (outcomes in child health) study hopes to learn what's important to parents and caregivers when their child is, or has been, sick with an acute respiratory infection (including illnesses like bronchiolitis, croup, strep throat or tonsillitis, a sinus infection, wheezing, the flu, pneumonia, or acute asthma).
The information gained through this study will be used to help answer the following questions:
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