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Human Rights Casualties from the “War on Obesity”: Why Focusing on Body Weight Is Inconsistent with a Human Rights Approach to Health
(Taylor & Francis, 2012)
Health promotion is a relatively new health science discipline focused on creating health and wellbeing at individual, group and population levels through health and health related policies and programs. Addressing inequities ...
Living a ‘normal’ life: young people coping with thalassaemia major or sickle cell disorder
This qualitative paper explores the strategies and resources young people use to cope with sickle cell disorder or thalassaemia major, two haemoglobin disorders with serious implications for health and survival. By focusing ...
Development of guidelines to facilitate improved support of South Asian carers by primary health care teams
(BMJ Quality & Safety, 2001-04-09)
Background—Evidence based guidelines are regarded as an appropriate basis for providing effective health care, but few guidelines incorporate the views of users such as carers. Aim—To develop guidelines to assist primary ...