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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 ...
Concept mapping with South Asian immigrant women: barriers to mammography and solutions
Despite benefits of screening mammography, many South Asian (SA) immigrant women in Canada remain under screened. We aimed to elicit their experiences and beliefs about barriers to mammography and possible solutions. SA ...
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 ...
Resilience and resources among South Asian immigrant women as survivors of partner violence
This study explored resilience among South Asian (SA) immigrant women who were survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV). Eleven women participated in in-depth interviews. Thematic analysis was conducted using constant ...
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: ...