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eBook Perceived Health Needs of Black and Ethnic Minority Women: An Exploratory Study ePub

by Ghizala Avan

  • ISBN: 0952226391
  • Category: Womens Health
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Ghizala Avan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Glasgow Healthy City Project (May 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 44
  • ePub book: 1713 kb
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The experiences of sexual minority women (.

The experiences of sexual minority women (. women who do not identify as 'heterosexual') in India have largely been absent in scientific literature. Study methodologies included interviews with key informants, a focus group comprised of six women, and an additional 12 in-person interviews with sexual minority women to identify important physical, mental, social and other health priorities from these women's perspectives. Thematic data are organised within the framework offered by the social ecological model, including individual, interpersonal, micro and macro levels.

In this exploratory study we consider the prevalence of loneliness amongst older people, those aged 65 years and over, from the key minority groups growing old in Britain (Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, African Caribbean, and Chinese) and draw explicit comparisons for these groups with.

In this exploratory study we consider the prevalence of loneliness amongst older people, those aged 65 years and over, from the key minority groups growing old in Britain (Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, African Caribbean, and Chinese) and draw explicit comparisons for these groups with the prevalence of loneliness reported for the general population and with older people in their countries of origin. We use two data sources: the Ethnicity and Loneliness Survey, a study of 300 minority elders aged 65+ living in the community, provides our prevalence estimates and secondary analysis of a study.

Midwives in this study reported a strong sense of commitment to being ‘advocates for all women’. The midwife-woman relationship is vital to the provision of high standard care. 4. Raine, . Cartwright, . Richens, . Mahamed, . & Smith, D. (2010). A qualitative study of women's experiences of communication in antenatal care: Identifying areas for action. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 14(4), 590-599.

Lay providers often possess "insider" knowledge that is vital when delivering specific emotional support (.

Black and minority ethnic older people aged 50+, living in England & Wales, with . million 65+. Age distribution among different ethnic groups varies Many but not all minority groups have younger age structures But in futur. nticipated increase in the proportion of (users and carers). nticipated increase in the proportion of (users and carers) older people among minority ethnic groups due to the ageing of people arriving in the 1970s Differing age structures means that changes will not be uniform Different localities will be affected differently Large groups will be ‘White other’ 21/03/2016 Older people from black and minority ethnic groups 8 I. .

Women in later life: Exploring race and ethnicity. A study of health problems and loneliness among the elderly in Chandigarh. Perceptions of active ageing in Britain: divergences between minority ethnic and whole population samples

Women in later life: Exploring race and ethnicity. Milton Keynes: Open University Press. Ajrouch, K. J. (2008). Indian Journal of Community Medicine, 32, 255–258. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Bowden, . & Fox-Rushby, J. A. (2003). Perceptions of active ageing in Britain: divergences between minority ethnic and whole population samples. Age and Ageing, 38, 703–710. Study methodologies included interviews with key informants, a focus grou. ONTINUE READING.

Migration and Health: Towards an Understanding of the Health Care Needs of Ethnic Minorities. Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care. A study among psychotic patients in Morocco

Migration and Health: Towards an Understanding of the Health Care Needs of Ethnic Minorities. Proceedings of a Consultative Group on Ethnic Minorities (The Hague, Netherlands, November 28–30, 1983). Copenhagen (Denmark), Regional Office for Europe: World Health Organization. A study among psychotic patients in Morocco. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 43, 244–50.

Studies of women undergoing termination of a pregnancy are often used to make recommendations about family .

Studies of women undergoing termination of a pregnancy are often used to make recommendations about family planning and health education policy. Finally, health professionals need to speak out against racial discrimination that keeps Asians and other ethnic minorities in low standards of health and social existence.