November 4, 2013
Balgir, R. S. (2010). Phenotypic diversity of sickle cell disorders with special emphasis on public health genetics in India. Current Science (00113891), 98(8), 1096-1102.
(Balgir, 2010) Human genetic diversity poses a great challenge to community health care in India. Haemoglobin disorders constitute the most common genetic and public health burden on vulnerable people. Prospective studies, which are lacking in India, present valuable community health and morbidity information for analysis with respect to introspection and evaluation. The researche present study is designed to fill up this lacuna in presenting community health and morbidity pattern of encountered different sickle cell phenotypes in India. The participants of this study were not based on genders, they talked more about of the possibly ways they could test both sets of males and females. In addition, there were no certain ages, the researcher discussed all ages.
Graff, J., Hankins, J. S., Hardy, B. T., Hall, H. R., Roberts, R. J., & Neely-Barnes, S. L. (2010). Exploring Parent-Sibling Communication in Families of Children with Sickle Cell Disease. Issues In Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 33(2), 101-123.
(Graff, 2010) Communication within families of children with sickle cell disease is important yet has not been adequately investigated by the researchers. The focus group interviews were conducted with parents of children with sickle cell disease to explore parent-sibling communication about sickle cell disease. Communication was influenced by attributes and behaviors of the parent, the child with sickle cell disease, and the sibling; extended family, neighbors, friends, and church members or social networks; and available, accessible resources related to the child's health, child's school, and parent employment. Outcomes that influenced and were influenced by factors within and outside the parent-sibling dyad and nuclear family included...