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Patricia Lund
Patricia Lund
Principal lecturer, Coventry University
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The myths surrounding people with albinism in South Africa and Zimbabwe
C Baker, P Lund, R Nyathi, J Taylor
Journal of African Cultural Studies 22 (2), 169-181, 2010
1382010
A health intervention programme for children with albinism at a special school in South Africa
PM Lund, R Gaigher
Health Education Research 17 (3), 365-372, 2002
1042002
Health and education of children with albinism in Zimbabwe
PM Lund
Health Education Research 16 (1), 1-7, 2001
882001
Children with albinism in African regions: their rights to ‘being’and ‘doing’
A Franklin, P Lund, C Bradbury-Jones, J Taylor
BMC International Health and Human Rights 18 (1), 1-8, 2018
612018
Oculocutaneous albinism in southern Africa: population structure, health and genetic care
PM Lund
Annals of Human Biology 32 (2), 168-173, 2005
602005
Oculocutaneous albinism in an isolated Tonga community in Zimbabwe.
PM Lund, N Puri, D Durham-Pierre, RA King, MH Brilliant
Journal of Medical Genetics 34 (9), 733-735, 1997
501997
Type 2 oculocutaneous albinism (OCA2) in Zimbabwe and Cameroon: distribution of the 2.7-kb deletion allele of the P gene
N Puri, D Durham-Pierre, R Aquaron, PM Lund, RA King, MH Brilliant
Human genetics 100 (5), 651-656, 1997
491997
Identifying strategies to enhance the educational inclusion of visually impaired children with albinism in Malawi
P Lynch, P Lund, B Massah
International Journal of Educational Development 39, 216-224, 2014
462014
Lack of adequate sun protection for children with oculocutaneous albinism in South Africa
PM Lund, JS Taylor
BMC Public Health 8 (1), 1-8, 2008
462008
A sociological study of children with albinism at a special school in the Limpopo province
RJ Gaigher, PM Lund, E Makuya
Curationis 25 (4), 4-11, 2002
462002
Distribution of oculocutaneous albinism in Zimbabwe.
PM Lund
Journal of Medical Genetics 33 (8), 641-644, 1996
431996
Beliefs about people with albinism in Uganda: A qualitative study using the Common-Sense Model
C Bradbury-Jones, P Ogik, J Betts, J Taylor, P Lund
PLoS One 13 (10), e0205774, 2018
342018
Oculocutaneous albinism in a rural community of South Africa: A population genetic study
PM Lund, TG Maluleke, I Gaigher, MJ Gaigher
Annals of Human Biology 34 (4), 493-497, 2007
312007
Oculocutaneous albinism among schoolchildren in Harare, Zimbabwe.
F Kagore, PM Lund
Journal of Medical Genetics 32 (11), 859-861, 1995
301995
Witchcraft‐related abuse and murder of children with albinism in Sub‐Saharan Africa: a conceptual review
J Taylor, C Bradbury‐Jones, P Lund
Child abuse review 28 (1), 13-26, 2019
262019
Prevalence and population genetics of albinism: Surveys in Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Tanzania
PM Lund, M Roberts
Albinism in Africa, 81-98, 2018
172018
The role of African fiction in educating about albinism and human rights
C Baker, P Lund
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 11 (3), 271-285, 2017
122017
Education of children and young people with albinism in Malawi
P Lynch, P Lund
122011
Living with albinism: a study of affected adults in Zimbabwe
P Lund
Journal of Social Biology & Human Affairs 63 (1), 3-10, 1998
121998
Experiences of a feasibility study of children with albinism in Zimbabwe: A discussion paper
JS Taylor, P Lund
International journal of nursing studies 45 (8), 1247-1256, 2008
92008
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