Now published as Diversity in Health and Care
Diversity in Health and Social Care is now published as Diversity in Health and Care.
Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd.
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Hold the front page: culture matters in healthcare – are we making progress?
Johnson, Mark RD; McGee, Paula
The survivors of torture: what health and social care professionals should know
A qualitative study exploring refugee minors' personal accounts of post-traumatic growth and positive change processes in adapting to life in the UK
Sutton, Vicky; Robbins, Ian; Senior, Vicky; Gordon, Sedwick
Zimbabwean cultural traditions in England: Ubuntu–Hunhu as a human rights tool
Chinouya, Martha; O'Keefe, Eileen
The use of herbal remedies to promote general wellbeing by individuals of African-Caribbean origin in England
Higginbottom, Gina MA; Mathers, Nigel
Comparison of life events, substance misuse, service use and mental illness among African-Caribbean, black African and white British men in east London: a qualitative study
Warfa, Nasir; Bhui, Kamaldeep; Phillips, Kwame; Nandy, Krishna; Griffiths, Sandra
Romanian nurses' process of adaptation to Italian nursing practices during their first six months in Italy: a qualitative study
Palese, Alvisa; Barba, Maria; Borghi, Gianni; Mesaglio, Maura; Brusaferro, Silvio
Exploring issues related to oral health and attitudes to diet among second-generation ethnic groups
Mullen, Kenneth; Chauhan, Rohan; Gardee, Rafik; Macpherson, Lorna
Promoting the health of families of children with disabilities: acceptability and utility of a health-mentoring project
Mackey, Sandra; Goddard, Linda D