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Young people and research: participation in practice
Researching infertility in British South Asian communities: reflecting on intersections of ethnicity, age, gender, and reproductive identity
(Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 2012)
This paper explores these relationships of gender and ethnicity within a study of the experience of infertility among 87 British South Asians, in which the researcher was a woman of white British ethnic origin. Age, gender, ...
A qualitative study to identify parents’ perceptions of and barriers to asthma management in children from South Asian and White British families
(BioMed Central, 2017-09-20)
Background Over one million children receive treatment for asthma in the UK. South Asian children experience excess morbidity and higher rates of hospitalization than the White population. This study aimed to explore ...
Patient Centred Care: Involving Parents/Carers and Children in Developing Healthcare Interventions
(University of Alberta, 2012)
British South Asian communities and infertility services
(Taylor and Francis, 2006)
Qualitative study to identify ethnicity-specific perceptions of and barriers to asthma management in South Asian and White British children with asthma
Objective This paper draws on the data from the Management and Interventions for Asthma (MIA) study to explore the perceptions and experiences of asthma in British South Asian children using semi-structured interviews. A ...
Asthma Management in British South Asian Children: an application of the candidacy framework to a qualitative understanding of barriers to effective and accessible asthma care.
(BMC Public Health, 2016-06-14)
Background In the UK, people of South Asian origin with asthma experience excess morbidity, with hospitalisation rates three times those of the majority White population and evidence suggests that South Asian children ...