Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care: Volume 3 Issue 4


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Drinking patterns and alcohol service provision for different ethnic groups in the UK: a review of the literature

Mariana Bayley, Rachel Hurcombe

This paper reports drinking patterns among minority ethnic groups from the UK literature over the past 15 years, and considers the evidence for service provision and support…


Distant voices, still lives: reflections on the impact of media reporting of the cases of Christopher Clunis and Ben Silcock

Ian Cummins

One of the main features of the reform of the Mental Health Act 2007 was the introduction of community treatment orders (CTOs). CTOs represent a fundamental shift in the rights of…

Clusters and pathways in mental health: what are the implications for inequalities?

Michael Clark

Mental health care in England has been subject to a great deal of scrutiny in recent years for its equality of access, experience and outcome. Five years of the Delivering Race…


Institutional racism in healthcare services: using mainstream methods to develop a practical approach

David Woodger, Jim Cowan

In this article, we return to a piece of work we did with two NHS trusts in the mid 1990s that focused squarely on tackling institutional racism. We do this for two reasons…




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