Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care: Volume 5 Issue 1


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Black African migrants' perceptions of cancer: are they different from those of other ethnicities, cultures and races?

Emmanuel Ehiwe, Paula McGee, Mike Filby, Kate Thomson

Cancer discussion is perceived as a taboo subject among different cultures and societies including Africans. This perception has caused limited knowledge about the disease and…


Toxic interaction theory: one reason why African Caribbean people are over‐represented in psychiatric services and potential solutions

Hári Sewell

The aim of this paper is to provide a conceptual framework for understanding how, even in the absence of identifiable racist behaviours by white people and predominantly white…


Inequities in visible minority Immigrant Women's Healthcare accessibility

Swarna Weerasinghe

In this article visible minority immigrant women's encounters and perceptions in accessing healthcare in Canada are explored. The aim is to understand the role play of the…




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