Bignall, Tracey, Race Equality Foundation, Engage London, March 2015
Mental health is defined as ‘a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of...
Blake, Margaret, Bowes, Alison & Mir, Ghizala, NIHR School for Social Care Research, February 2015
People from black and minority ethnic groups report lower levels of satisfaction than white British people in social care service user experience...
Marlow, Laura A V, Waller & Jo, Wardle, Jane, Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care doi:10.1136/jfprhc-2014-101082, January 2015
This study sought to explore self-perceived barriers to cervical screening attendance among ethnic minority women compared to white British women....
Local ethnic inequalities: Ethnic differences in education, employment, health and housing in districts of England and Wales, 2001-2011
Finney, Nissa & Lymperopoulou, Kitty, Runnymede Trust, December 2014
This project has produced measures of ethnic inequality for local authority areas across England and Wales in 2001 and 2011 for indicators of...
McFarlane, Megan, BSHF, Race Equality Foundation, November 2014
The link between poor housing and poor health is well documented and extremely complex, with numerous confounding factors having direct and indirect...
Wind-Cowie, Max & Wood, Claudia, DEMOS, October 2014
This report focuses on the introduction of proposed charges for primary and secondary NHS care. The report supports the Government’s aims to ‘protect...
Preventing type 2 diabetes: population and community-level interventions: Evidence update October 2014
National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, October 2014
This evidence update provides a summary of public health interventions for prevention of type 2 diabetes. Among the evidence found are systematic...
Willis, Rosalind, Khambhaita, Priya, Evandrou, Maria & Pathak, Pathik, National Institute for Health Research, School for Social Care Research, October 2014
People from black and minority ethnic groups have generally reported lower levels of satisfaction with social care services compared with White...
Communication as care at end of life: An emerging issue from an exploratory action research study of renal end-of-life care for ethnic minorities in the uk
Wilkinson, Emma, Randhawa, Gurch, Brown, Edwina A, Da Silva Gane, Maria, Stoves, John, Warwick, Graham, Akhtar, Tahira, Magee, Regina, Sharman, Sue & Farrington, Ken, Journal of Renal Care, DOI: 10.1111/jorc.12084, September 2014
South Asian people have a higher risk of developing kidney disease, are disproportionately represented in the patient population requiring renal...
End-of-life care in advanced kidney disease: Ethical and legal issues and key challenges for black and minority ethnic groups
Cronin, Antonia J, Journal of Renal Care, DOI: 10.1111/jorc.12082, September 2014
Advances in modern medical technology have gone so far that it is now possible for machinery to keep people alive. To some extent this has led to a...