NNHF


India 7

Programme:

Preventing and Decreasing Musculoskeletal Morbidities among People with Haemophilia in Southern India

Partner:

Haemophilia Federation India 

Represented by:

Dr Pamela Narayan

Planned duration:

3 years, started  Q2 2015

Status:

Execution 


Objectives

  • Map the musculoskeletal morbidities and physiotherapy practices prevalent in     India
  • Delineate and implement a clinical pathway of MSK care for people with     haemophilia
  • Collect MSK outcome data and provide feedback to the MSK registry     developed by the HTC Campinas, Brazil
  • Increase awareness and access to physical therapy in the management of          MSK morbidities amongst people with haemophilia

NNHF activities in India

Click on the links below to find out about other projects in India:

India 1

India 2

India 3

India 4

India 5

India 6

India 8

India Dhule

India Youth Camps

NNHF are supporting numerous projects and fellowships througout the world.

Country Information

Population / 1.2 billion

Expected patients / 120,000

Known patients / 20,000

GDP per capita (USD) / 3,500

Health expenditure as % of GDP / 4.2

About this programme

For more information on this programme please contact us and we will refer you to the relevant project manager