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Addressing health inequity in the UK: people who are homeless, from ethnic minority groups or LGBTQ+ communities.

Heaslip, V., Holland, S., Thompson, R., Tauringana, M. and Glendening, N., 2022. Addressing health inequity in the UK: people who are homeless, from ethnic minority groups or LGBTQ+ communities. Practice Nursing, 33 (3).

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DOI: 10.12968/pnur.2022.33.3.112

Abstract

This is the second paper in the series; in the last paper we presented an overview of health inequity and health access in the UK, explored the difference between inequality and inequity and presented key national and international policies working to address health inequity. This paper builds upon this by considering three particular communities: people who are homeless and individuals from LGBTQ+ and Ethnic Minority communities as well as how practice nurses can have a key role in addressing poor health outcomes for individuals within these communities.

Item Type:Article
ISSN:0964-9271
Uncontrolled Keywords:Health equity;Homelessness;Ethnicity;LGBTQ+;Nursing;Social Exclusion
Group:Faculty of Health & Social Sciences
ID Code:36864
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:25 Apr 2022 08:52
Last Modified:25 Apr 2022 08:52

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