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Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the British National Health Service

by Paul Iganski

  • 163 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National health services,
  • Public Policy - Social Services & Welfare,
  • Medical care,
  • Great Britain,
  • Medical,
  • Political Science,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Minorities,
  • Labor,
  • Ethnic studies,
  • Health systems & services,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Ethnic groups,
  • Health Care Delivery

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7990061M
    ISBN 100754617289
    ISBN 109780754617280

    Printed in Great Britain /97 $ + ETHNICITY, EQUITY AND THE USE OF HEALTH SERVICES IN THE BRITISH NHS CHRIS SMAJE' and JULIAN LE GRAND2 ~Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 5XH, U.K. and "King's Fund Institute and London School of Economics, London, England, U.K. Abstract--This paper addresses the Cited by: Introduction to Equality and Inclusion in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings The term ‘Diversity’ means the state or fact of being diverse; different or unlike. Within equality and inclusion it is the difference between individuals and groups .

    This guidance is to help those who would like to collect and present ethnic group, national identity and religion data from social surveys in the UK, for example, social researchers, public bodies, etc. law with a legal framework that protects the rights of individuals from unfair treatment and pushes forward equality of opportunity for all. Researching ethnic diversity in the British NHS: methodological and practical concerns. The collection of data on ethnic groupings has become an increasingly pervasive feature of contemporary health policy and research in the United Kingdom, with attention concentrating primarily on monitoring access to and utilization of services by different ethnic groups, together with epidemiological data Cited by:

      Identifying the barriers and perceptions of non-Hispanic black and Hispanic/Latino persons with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes for participation in a home Telemonitoring feasibility study: a quantitative analysis of those who declined participation, withdrew or were non-adherent. This paper argues that within the English health system the ‘Equality and Diversity’ (E&D) and ‘Health Inequalities’ (HI) agendas remain poorly integrated at both national and local level. In particular, the HI agenda has largely failed to pay explicit attention to axes of .


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Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the British National Health Service by Paul Iganski Download PDF EPUB FB2

This title was first published in Numerous reports have identified the serious problems of under-representation of, and discrimination against, minority ethnic groups in the British NHS. It is widely argued that this both raises issues of social justice and undermines the quality of service to.

Download Citation | Ethnicity, equality of opportunity and the British national health service | This title was first published in Numerous reports have identified the serious problems of. Get this from a library. Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the British National Health Service.

[Paul Iganski; David Mason] -- "This title was first published in Numerous reports have identified the serious problems of under-representation of, and discrimination against, minority ethnic groups in the British NHS.

It is. Get this from a library. Ethnicity, equality of opportunity and the British National Health Service. [Paul Iganski; David Mason] -- Numerous reports have identified the serious problems of under-representation of, and discrimination against, minority ethnic groups in the British NHS.

It. Nowhere are these problems more acute than among the largest occupational group in the NHS - nurses. This book reports the results of research carried out for the English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting to evaluate NHS equal opportunities policy.

Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the Ethnicity National Health Service. Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the British National Health Service book. By Paul Iganski, David Mason. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 6 February Pub.

location : Paul Iganski, David Mason. Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the British National Health Service A. Pilkington (University College Northampton, Northampton, UK) Employee RelationsAuthor: A.

Pilkington. Mason, D. and Iganski, P., Ethnicity, equality of opportunity and the British National Health Service. Aldershot: Ashgate. ISBN Full text not available from this by: Iganski, Paul and Mason, David () Ethnicity, equality of opportunity and the British National Health Service.

Ashgate, Aldershot. ISBN Full text not available from this by:   / UK National Health Service law / Public Health and Wellbeing Ethnicity, social inequality and health. by James Nazroo. Share. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Equality based on equality of opportunity, affirmative action, and progressive taxation.

Author(s): Iganski,Paul; Mason,David, January 8-; English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Visiting. Title(s): Ethnicity, equality of. Ethnicity, equity and the use of health services in the British NHS. This paper addresses the extent to which equity of treatment is received by people of different ethnic groups from the British National Health Service.

Using data from the General Household Surveys of – it examines the use of general practitioner, outpatient and Cited by: health inequalities policies to date, and few policies have been specifically targeted at BME groups4. Two important cross-cutting factors affecting the feasibility and likelihood of action on ethnic health inequalities are the availability of data on ethnicity, and legal obligations.

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 Cited by: decision to introduce a National Workforce Race Equality standard as a clause in the /16 contract, alongside the mandating of the refreshed Equality Delivery System (EDS2).

The new national standard by itself clearly won’t transform the statistics outlined above and contractual levers are widely accepted as a blunt instrument to driveFile Size: 1MB. The Government Statistical Service’s (GSS) harmonised principles for ethnicity recommends that the 18 official ethnic groups are used whenever government carries out social surveys or collects administrative data.

A single, standardised list makes it easier to analyse ethnicity data wherever it is collected. More editions of Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the British National Health Service: Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the British National Health Service: ISBN () Hardcover, Ashgate Pub Ltd,   Iganski, P and Mason, D () 'Ethnicity, equality of opportunity, and the British National Health Service.

' Contemporary Sociology, May, 32(3), pp. Johns, N and Green, A () 'Equality, equal opportunities and diversity: Obfuscation as social justice. The Equality Policy has the full support of the British Council Board of Trustees, the Chief Executive, Executive Board and Trade Union Side.

VALUING DIVERISTY We implement our Equality Policy through our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. Diversity is an inclusive concept concerned with creating an environment supported.

Abstract. This chapter examines the position of minority ethnic workers in the National Health Service (NHS). It investigates the processes that lead to the concentration of workers of different ethnic origins in different types of by: 1.

Equality Delivery System (EDS) levers and new architecture The Equality Delivery System is a new framework designed to support delivery equality in health care within a patient-led NHS.

It is due to be rolled out from April This will involve commissioners and providers using local data and workingFile Size: KB.This article argues that there is a tension between the discourse of new public management and the discourse of equality of opportunity within the National Health Service (NHS).

Equality policies.service provision. The Health Equity Board provides senior leadership governance for PHE’s fulfilment of the equality duty and our legal duties on health inequalities from the Health and Social Care Act Designated staff across PHE work to provide an operating approach for fulfilment of File Size: KB.