Race And Health Observatory: Ethnic Inequalities in Healthcare: A Rapid Evidence Review
The Race and Health Observatory recently published a report on ethnic health inequalities, focussing on mental health services, maternal and neonatal healthcare, digital inclusion and access to health services, genetic testing and genomic medicine studies and the NHS workforce, which REF contributed to by holding stakeholder groups. The report, titled Ethnic Inequalities in Healthcare: A Rapid Evidence Review, can be accessed here.
One of the report authors, Dharmi Kapadia, will be discussing the recent evidence review at an online event hosted by The Stuart Hall Foundation in collaboration with the Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE).
The event takes place at 6pm on the 8th March 2022. You can find out more information and reserve your space here.