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SA beauties make their mark at UN. Green said she wanted to add her voice to the call to end TB on the world stage. UN Goodwill ambassador Mbatha yesterday attended the world gathering as one of the moderators. Please read our Comment Policy before commenting.
Policymakers' efforts to help consumers voice their dissatisfaction to health plans or external mediators have been disappointing, in part because little is known about the determinants of voice. This article represents the first comprehensive assessment of voicing in response to problematic experiences with health plans. View on PubMed.
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Summary. This book is a pictorial based on a photo shoot conducted by Italian photographer Ricardo Venturi and sponsored by WHO and the Stop TB. Abstract. Tuberculosis: Voices of the Unheard is a pictorial based on a photo shoot conducted by Italian photographer Ricardo Venturi and sponsored by WHO .
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For most people APHL is a catastrophic, alienating and disorientating life event. APHL places considerable strain not only on the person with the hearing loss, but on all those living with the deafened person. Working closely with the Oral History department in the Sound Archive at the British Library, Hearing Link identified and trained 16 deafened adults to interview over 65 deafened adults about life history topics including family background, early life, hearing loss diagnosis, relationships with medical professionals and the effect of hearing loss on employment, family relationships, education, access and awareness.
Interviews took place at central locations around the UK and provided often isolated people with the opportunity to meet others with shared experiences and challenges. Interviews of on average 90 minutes were recorded on digital recorders and the resulting audio files and verbatim transcripts from the Speech To Text Reporters have been archived and made publicly accessible at the British Library. Scroll to the bottom of the page to access the transcript of each individual audio recording. Our free LinkUps bring together a group of about 15 people to explore the challenges of living with hearing loss.
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