Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care: Volume 3 Issue 1


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Consultation, referral and ethnicity: the role of primary care in accessing mental health services

Marion Johnson, Scott Weich

Young men of African‐Caribbean origin are over‐represented in mental health services (MHSs), often entering these services by coercive routes, such as under the Mental Health Act…

Mother tongue or non‐native language? Learning from conversations with bilingual/multilingual therapists about working with clients who do not share their native language

Beverley Costa

Many people accessing services, including counselling services, do not speak the official language of the country in which they find themselves. This paper first considers, in…

Raising silenced voices: South Asian women immigrating after marriage

Gill Hague, Geetanjali Gangoli, Helen Joseph, Mary Alphonse

This paper looks at the experiences of first‐generation South Asian women who entered the UK to marry and then suffered domestic violence. It is based on an innovative and…

Responding to the Delivering Race Equality (DRE) agenda in mental health services: national recommendations informed by local experience

David Truswell, Richard Bryant‐Jefferies

This article summarises what the Department of Health's (2005) Delivering Race Equality (DRE) agenda in mental health services set out to achieve and the background to this. The…

Crisis management: a case study on racism

Manisha Shekhar, M Saxena

This article documents instances of racism that have previously acted as barriers to Indian students' academic success in Australia. It is felt that such incidents would not have…



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2008 – 2014

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