2 edition of Equity and the ethnic patterning of GP services in Britain found in the catalog.
Equity and the ethnic patterning of GP services in Britain
|Series||Occasional papers in sociology and social research|
|Contributions||University of Surrey. Department of Sociology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
If you’re in a government service team, there’s a design pattern for asking users for their ethnic group. In England and Wales, there are 18 ethnic groups recommended for use by government when they ask for someone’s ethnicity. These are grouped into 5 broad ethnic groups, each with an ‘Any other’ option where respondents can write in. Ethnicity data collection has been proven to be important in health care but despite government initiatives remains incomplete and mostly un-validated in the UK. Accurate self-reported ethnicity data would enable experts to assess inequalities in health and access to services and help to ensure resources are targeted appropriately. The aim of this paper is to explore the reasons for the.
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From this month collecting data on ethnic group from all patients admitted to NHS hospitals will be routine.1 This ethnic monitoring is intended to enable the NHS to provide services without racial or ethnic discrimination. Currently, the use the delivery of services vary on these grounds, with or without intent,2 which hinders the achievement of equity in the NHS.3 Several recent papers in. This paper explores the geographical accessibility of health services in urban and rural areas of the South West of England, comparing two measures of geographical access and characterising the areas most remote from hospitals. Straight-line distance and drive-time to the nearest general practice (GP) and acute hospital (DGH) were calculated for postcodes and aggregated to .
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A characteristic ethnic patterning to health care utilization has often been noted, with minority ethnic groups generally displaying a high or equivalent use of GP services relative to the white population but a lower use of outpatient by: 4. However, while use of GP services by minority ethnic groups is in general as high or higher than the white population, use of out- patient services is low.
Some of the results also suggest that there may be important ethnic differences underlying the broader finding of equity. For example, females of Pakistani origin report low levels of GP by: However, while use of GP services by minority ethnic groups is in general as high or higher than the white population, use of outpatient services is low.
Some of the results also suggest that there may be important ethnic differences underlying the broader finding of equity. For example, females of Pakistani origin report low levels of GP by: Objective To assess whether equity is achieved in use of general practitioner, outpatient, and inpatient services by children and young people according to their ethnic group and socioeconomic background.
Design Secondary analysis of the British general household survey, Subjects 20 children and young people aged between 0 and 19 by: Equity and the Ethnic Patterning of GP Services in Britain.
Ethnicity, equity and the use of health services in the British NHS. Article. Sep ; Not Just a Social Construct: Theorising Race. Policy Studies Institute, - Ethnic groups - pages 0 Reviews A major study on the experiences of ethnic minorities in Britain, reporting on changes in key fields such as family, employment patterns, income, health and health services, racial harassment and cultural identity.
This book focuses on the changing terrain of ethnic disadvantage in Britain, drawing on up-to-date sources. It goes further than texts that merely describe ethnic inequalities to explore and explain their dynamic nature.
It suggests that the increasing diversity of experience among different ethnic groups is a key to understanding continuing and emerging tensions and ning. Smaje C: Equity and the ethnic patterning of GP services in Britain.
Social Policy & Administration./ Article Google Scholar. METHOD. The GPPS is sent annually to around million patients in England who are registered with a general practice for at least 6 months.
Full details of the survey and methodology are published elsewhere. 11 – 13 To increase the number of responses for small ethnic groups in the analysis, data were combined from 2 years of the survey (– and –).
INTRODUCTION. Current estimates suggest that almost one-third of doctors practising in the NHS are from overseas and that the vast majority of these overseas doctors are from the Indian subcontinent.
1 This of course is a surprising statistic because within the general population ethnic minorities represent only about 8% of the population of the UK.
The largest ethnic groups in the United Kingdom are looked at below. White Europeans. White Europeans, or the White British people, are a racial classification for the people belonging to various ethnic European ancestries. Inthe White British population accounted for % of the entire United Kingdom’s population.
This book looks at transformations in citizenship politics in the EU Member States. It argues that the anti-discrimination agenda in the Treaty of Amsterdam has affected traditional patterns of national integration of ethnic minorities and migrants in Europe.
Comparing France and Britain, it also looks at religious factors and Islam in Europe. in Britain, significantly lower percentages of ethnic minorities ( per cent) worked as managers, directors and senior officials, compared with White people ( per cent) and this was particularly true for African or Caribbean or Black people ( per cent) and those of mixed ethnicity ( per cent).
Ethnic minority group men and women who were born or brought up in Britain do have higher rates of inter-ethnic partnership than the rates for men and women from those groups overall.
Also consistent with our expectations, men tended to have higher rates of inter-ethnic partnerships than women from the. This paper reviews the research evidence on access to health care by ethnic minority populations, and discusses what might need to be done to improve access to services.
Research on the process of care, and the quality of care received, is considered as well as studies examining uptake of services. Changes in legal context are increasing the pressure on healthcare organisations to examine and.
Finally, these studies may mask differential patterns of socio‐economic inequality between different types of GP consultation. For example, there is evidence from studies in the s that people from non‐manual social classes were more likely to visit the GP for preventive health check‐ups.
39 39 Goddard and Smith, ; Dixon et al. Joseph Inikori's masterful book, Africans and the Industrial Revolution in England, shows how African consumers, free and enslaved, nurtured Britain's infant manufacturing industry. One in eight ethnic minority people experience racial harassment in a year.
Repeated racial harassment is a common experience. 25% of ethnic minority people say they are fearful of racial harassment. 20% of ethnic minority people report being refused a job for racial reasons, and almost three-quarters of them say it has happened more than once.
As debates around ethnic identity and inequality gain both political and media interest, this important book is the first to offer in-depth analysis from the last three UK population censuses focusing on the dynamics of ethnic identity and inequalities in contemporary s: 1.
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This pattern is evident from northern New England through vast swaths of the Midwest.Since then, a steady stream of activity has aimed to enhance equity (often termed ‘equality’ in Britain) for patients regardless of ethnic background within the National Health Service (NHS), including: policy directives (e.g.
the NHS Ethnic Health Unit, ); dedicated teams and senior posts (e.g. Ethnic Health Advisor, ; National. As part of a national programme to tackle ethnic inequalities, we conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of research on ethnic inequalities in pathways to care for adults with psychosis living in England and/or Wales.
Nine databases were searched from inception to for previous systematic reviews, including forward and backward citation tracking and a PROSPERO search to.