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South Asian Immigrant Men and Women and Conceptions of Partner Violence
Limited knowledge exists about conceptual variations in defining intimate partner violence (IPV) by ethnicity, such as South Asian (SA) immigrant men and women. In a multi-ethnic study, we employed participatory concept ...
Participant experiences in a smartphone-based health coaching intervention for type 2 diabetes: A qualitative inquiry
Introduction: We investigated the experience of individuals diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) who participated in an intervention in which the key elements were the provision of a smartphone and self-monitoring ...
Cancer screening behaviours among South Asian immigrants in the UK, US and Canada: a scoping study
South Asian (SA) immigrants settled in the United Kingdom (UK) and North America [United States (US) and Canada] have low screening rates for breast, cervical and colorectal cancers. Incidence rates of these cancers increase ...
Colorectal cancer screening behaviors among South Asian immigrants in Canada: a qualitative study
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to gain an in-depth understanding of beliefs, attitudes, and reasons for decision making about colorectal cancer (CRC) screening among South Asian (SA) immigrants. Design/methodology/approach: ...
Timeline mapping in qualitative interviews: a study of resilience with marginalized groups
Growing interest in visual timeline methods signals a need for critical engagement. Drawing on critical emancipatory epistemologies in our study exploring resilience among marginalized groups, we investigate how the creation ...