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The impact on parents of having a child with haemophilia

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Caregiver burden in haemophilia: results from a single UK centre

Westesson L, Sparud-Lundin C, Wallengren C, Baghaei F. A tortuous route to a capable fatherhood: the experience of being a father to a child with severe haemophilia. Haemophilia. 2015; 21(6): 799-805. 8. Myrin-Westesson L, Baghaei F, Friberg F. The experience of being a female carrier of haemophilia and the mother of a haemophilic child. Haemophilia. 2013; 19(2): 219-24. 9. Torres-Ortuno A, Cuesta-Barriuso R, Nieto-Munuera J. Parents of children with haemophilia at an early age: assessment of perceived stress and family functioning

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Comparative characteristics of professional predispositions of medical personnel

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Coping strategies in individuals at risk and not at risk of mobile phone addiction

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Towards integrating phenomenology and neurocognition: Possible neurocognitive correlates of basic self-disturbance in schizophrenia

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