Improving the health of black and minority ethnic groups : a guide for primary care organisations Público Deposited

  • 1857174232
Place of publication
  • London
  • King's Fund
Publication date
  • 2000
  • 71
  • King's Fund primary care series
  • This guide is mainly aimed at PCG/T boards as they attempt to address the core government objectives of reducing inequalities and tackling racism. It should particularly benefit those with small ethnic populations, although those PCG/Ts with large ethnic populations, where there has been a history of attempting to meet local needs should also find some ideas and approaches to stimulate development. Although aimed predominantly at the PCG/T level of primary care, primary health care teams (PHCTs) working at individual practice level should also implement many of the actions outlined. The guide predominantly focuses on those working in primary care, but they will need to work in partnership with others such as health authorities, local authorities and the voluntary sector. The approach taken in this guide is to highlight ways in which black and minority ethnic health needs can be addressed as part of the day-to-day functioning of primary care organisations and their constituent members.
  • Pagination: 71p.; Cover title is 'Improving the health of black and minority ethnic groups : a guide for PCGs'.
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