South Asians and Anglo Australians with heart disease in Australia.
- Sabrina Gupta, R. Aroni, S. Lockwood, I. Jayasuriya, H. Teede
- MedicineAustralian Health Review
- 25 November 2015
The findings show that in those with established IHD, cardiovascular risk factors, such as age at onset and BMI, differ between SAs and AAs and these differences should be considered in the prevention and management of IHD.
Oral Health Beliefs, Attitudes, and Practices of South Asian Migrants: A Systematic Review
- M. Batra, Sabrina Gupta, B. Erbas
- MedicineInternational Journal of Environmental Research…
- 1 June 2019
Culturally and socially appropriate strategies must be developed to target oral health issues and a “one-size” fits all approach will be ineffective in addressing the needs of South Asian migrants.
Social isolation during Covid-19: Boon or bane to diabetes management
Spicing up your advice for South Asian and Anglo-Australians with type 2 diabetes and CVD: Do cultural constructions of diet matter?
Experiences and Perceptions of Physical Activity Among South Asian and Anglo-Australians With Type 2 Diabetes or Cardiovascular Disease
Physical activity identities were tied to ethnic identities, with members of each group aspiring to meet the norms of their culture regarding engagement with physical activity as specific exercise or as incidental exercise.
Delivering Health Education Curriculum Online in the Wake of COVID-19
The core skills taught in the subject “Health Education Development” at La Trobe University are essential for students studying health promotion. As part of this subject, students are supported to…
3.5-O7Perceptions of competence and trust in the interactions between clinicians and patients in type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease management among South Asians and Anglo-Australians in…
Using experiential learning and authentic assessments to support students to become competent health promotion practitioners
- Karen Anderson, Sabrina Gupta, Fernanda Nava Buenfil, G. Verrinder
- Education, MedicineHealth Promotion Journal of Australia
- 21 August 2022
How experiential learning, authentic assessments, community development and ethical principles were consolidated in the design and delivery of a health promotion planning and evaluation subject (HPE) during 2019 to 2021 is described.
Factors affecting self-medication practices among people living with type 2 diabetes in India- A systematic review
A Global Survey of Ethnic Indian Women Living with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Co-Morbidities, Concerns, Diagnosis Experiences, Quality of Life, and Use of Treatment Methods
Timely diagnosis, providing cultural-specific education related to lifestyle and weight management, and improving psycho-emotional support are key areas that should be addressed in clinical practice and future research.