Psychological aspects of sickle cell disease Free

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Dr Anie looks at the background of sickle cell disease and the emotional and psychological strains it poses on both patients and families. Dr Anie also discusses ways to educate young children with sickle cell disease about their illness, including cognitive behavioural therapy and group education. 

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'Medicine and Me' on the 29th September 2017.

Length: 00:17:45

00:00:02 - Background
00:01:35 - Emotional Challenges
00:10:04 - Adolescent Issues
00:17:18 - Adult Interventions
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Dr Zack Shinar, Sharp Memorial Hospital, San Diego.

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Professor Julian Teare, Professor of Gastroenterology, Imperial College London.

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Dr Charles Murray, Clinical Director, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

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Dr John Nichols, Visiting Research Fellow, University of Surrey.

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Dr Jo Howard, Consultant and Lead Haematologist, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital.

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Dr Jo Howard, Consultant and Lead Haematologist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

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