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order for blood to clot normally. Prophylaxis is the primary treatment for severe haemophilia in Australia [ 1 , 4 ]. Parents administer treatment up to four times per week in order to prevent spontaneous, muscular-skeletal bleeds, which cause severe pain and swelling of joints, and can be a significant risk to life [ 1 , 3 , 4 ]. Around 4% of males with haemophilia will experience life-threatening, intracranial haemorrhages during the neonatal period [ 5 ]. Without treatment, individuals are at risk of incapacitation by progressive and severe chronic arthropathy

A child’s diagnosis of haemophilia is literally life-changing in its effects on both the child and the parents, who face a future of managing bleeding risk while trying to provide the child and his siblings with as normal a life as possible. In recent years, better access to clotting factors and the availability of prophylaxis have brought that aim within reach for many families. Home therapy offers independence and autonomy, and is now the preferred management option; but learning to administer treatment and manage risk depends on the resilience and confidence

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This article presents selected conclusions from the survey carried out in 2016 among the junior high schools located in the Lubuskie Voivodeship regarding how the parents assess the new media use in contemporary schools. The text presents parents’ opinions on the new media activity of students, the support by the new media in teaching and learning, building contacts between the school and parents as well as the (self-)promotion of the school. The article also contains a short description of the new media activity of parents of contemporary teenagers and the characteristics of the media world in which the parents were brought up.

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