Mysore Narasimha Vranda

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The chronic medical conditions in the paediatric population pose a range of potential psychosocial challenges not only to the child, but also to the family members and health care providers. This paper comprehensively reviews the psychosocial issues of children infected with HIV and AIDS and offer some of the strategies to address the issues comprehensively(More)
BACKGROUND Family's expressed emotion has been shown to be predictive of outcome in mental and physical illnesses in a variety of cultural settings. The relationship between caregiver burden and high level of expressed emotions has demonstrated a high level of relapse among the psychiatric patients in the West. AIM The current study explores the(More)
Various studies have focused on stressors associated with caring for children with disabilities, and the deleterious effects on parents’ well-being. There is evidence that family attitude contributes to prognosis in these children. Limited financial resources, lack of appropriate services, and insufficient support systems are the family system risk factors(More)
UNLABELLED Family-work conflict (FWC) and work-family conflict (WFC) are more likely to exert negative influences in the family domain, resulting in lower life satisfaction and greater internal conflict within the family. Studies have identified several variables that influence the level of WFC and FWC. Variables such as the size of family, the age of(More)
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