People from South Asian communities: Talking about stroke (1999)

Author(s): Miller N, Chavda P, Gadhok K

    Abstract: Cultures vary according to the importance and sensitivity of different health-related topics. Failure to appreciate this can be a source of communication breakdown. Our interest is in possible communication barriers after stroke. We asked individuals from Asian communities who had had a stroke how difficult a range of subjects were to talk about with different people.

      • Date: 01-04-1999
      • Journal: British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation
      • Volume: 6
      • Issue: 4
      • Pages: 199-202
      • Publisher: Mark Allen Publishing Ltd.
      • Publication type: Article
      • Bibliographic status: Published

      Professor Nick Miller
      Prof of Motor Speech Disorders