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    • Asian Older People: Housing, Health and Access to Services 

      Ahmad, Waqar; Walker, Reg (Ageing & Society | Cambridge Core, 1997-03)
      We report the findings of a survey of 104 Asian older people in Bradford. For a high proportion, their condition was characterised by poverty, limited entitlements, inadequate housing, low levels of knowledge of health and ...
    • General Practitioners' Perceptions of Asian and Non-Asian Patients 

      Ahmad, Waqar; Baker, Mark R; KERNOHAN, ELIZABETH E (Oxford University Press, 1991-03-01)
      The literature on the health of the population of Asian origin contains little on their interaction with primary care services. This paper reports results of a postal survey of GPs' attitudes towards Asian and Non-Asian ...
    • Health of British Asians; a research review 

      Ahmad, Waqar; Kernohan, E; Baker, Mark R (Oxford University Press, 1989-02-01)
      About 2.5 per cent of United Kingdom residents are of Asian (or Indian subcontinent) origin though the term ‘Asian’ hides their internal diversities of languages, religions and national origins. The research on the health ...
    • A missing ethical competency? A review of critical reflection in health promotion 

      Rebecca, Tretheway; Taylor, Jane; O'Hara, Lily; Nikki, Percival, (CSIRO, 2015)
      There is increasing emphasis in the health promotion literature on the ethical imperative for the profession to move towards critical practice. A key challenge for health promotion is that critical practice appears both ...
    • We Are All Ballooning: Multimedia Critical Discourse Analysis of Measure Up and Swap It, Don’t Stop It Social Marketing Campaigns 

      O'Hara, Lily; Taylor, Jane; Barnes, Margaret (QUT Creative Industries, 2015)
      Social marketing campaigns are the most visible strategy in the ‘war on obesity’. Recent critiques highlight the potentially damaging aspects of such campaigns, primarily focusing on the language used. Critical discourse ...