We hope that our video "Yeh Hai Lupus" in Hindi will help some people in the South Asian community to better understand lupus and the impact the disease can have when English isn't their strongest language.
To watch certain chapters of the video, drag the red button at the bottom of the video on the playback bar to specific times listed below;
0:05 - Introduction about LUPUS UK (English)
14:18 - Social related facts
24:13 - Importance of lupus research
1:03 - Introduction to Yeh Hai Lupus Video
16:42 - Working with lupus
25:41 Having a positive outlook
2:03 - What is lupus? Symptoms & treatment
17:57 - Returning to work
6:17 - Medication related facts
20:00 - Benefits of working
10:00 - Disease & diet related facts
20:50 - Living with lupus
Developers of Yeh Hai Lupus
Mandeep Ubhi is a Research Associate at the University of Birmingham.
Rashmika Daji , LUPUS UK patient partner.
Doctor Kanta Kumar is a Lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a Hon Professor at PGI, India. Kanta has developed a profile of research around the issues related to ethnicity in musculoskeletal practice and behavioural medicine. She has a track record of publications in this area of work.
Professor Jo Adams is an occupational therapist who’s research focuses on working alongside patient partners to design and develop effective self-management approaches for musculoskeletal conditions.
Doctor Steven Sadhra is a Reader in Occupational Health at the Institute of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, University of Birmingham. He has over 25 years of experience in teaching and research in Occupational Health and has published over 120 journal articles and reports and is the editor of the first Oxford Handbook of Occupational Health.
Doctor Rachel Jordan is a Reader in Epidemiology and Primary Care at the University of Birmingham, Academic Lead for Global health Research and Chair of the International Primary Care Respiratory Group research committee. Her research is largely focused around the prevention, diagnosis and management of chronic diseases in primary care, the health of healthcare workers and the relationship between work and chronic disease.
Doctor Kerry Allen is a senior lecturer at the University of Birmingham with an interest in applied research that improves health and care services, especially for people with complex needs or long term conditions.
Doctor Shirish Dubey is a Consultant Rheumatologist based in Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust with an attachment to Oxford University. Shirish has been involved in various projects aiming to improve the lives of rheumatological patients from ethnic minorities, with a keen interest in research and development of services and new treatment modalities for people suffering from rheumatological conditions.
Professor Caroline Gordon is an Emeritus Professor of Rheumatology at University of Birmingham, who established the Birmingham lupus clinics in 1989 and the first LUPUS UK Centre of Excellence in 2005.
Doctor Tochi Adizie is a Rheumatology Consultant at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.
Doctor Tom Sheeran is a Rheumatology Consultant at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.
Doctor John Reynolds is a Senior Lecturer at University of Birmingham and Rheumatology Consultant Sandwell West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust.