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Oral history interview with Sharon Barrett, 1991.

Creator: Barrett, Sharon
Project: Hemophilia oral history collection.
(see all project interviews)
Phys. Desc. :sound file : digital preservation master, WAV files (96 kHz, 24 bit)
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Scope and Contents

Organizational changes in the Program over time; issues involving the distribution of grants; sharing of grants by hemophilia facilities/providers; "affiliate" versus "subcontract" status of grantees; relationship of grants and regionalization of hemophilia care; community/network among people with hemophilia, care providers, and so forth; function of and prominence of the telephone within the hemophilia community/network; effect of AIDS/HIV on the hemophilia community; women’s roles in/effect on hemophilia community; hemophilia model of healthcare delivery; differences in funding from federal government versus voluntary agencies; implementation of the Evaluation Project at NHP; roles of NRCC and HANDI; collaboration between NHP, Centers for Disease Control, and National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF); Tri-Agency Collaboration Model; involvement in planning NHF’s annual meeting; changes in that meeting’s structure; involvement in Chapter Outreach Development Project; outreach to minorities with hemophilia, to women, and so on; role of health educators/use of health education models; development of men’s peer group; service delivery model versus research model regarding hemophilia treatment. Transcript only includes sessions 1 and 3


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