3 edition of Ethnicity profiling in primary care found in the catalog.
Ethnicity profiling in primary care
by Public Health Sector, Liverpool John Moores University in Liverpool
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Liverpool John Moores University. Public Health Sector.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
Author Biographies. Jorge M. Chavez is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at Bowling Green State University. His research centers on understanding problem behaviors, crime & violence, and mental health problems with a focus on the intersection of race/ethnicity and social structural by: 1. Genes, Race, and Culture in Clinical Care: Racial Profiling in the Management of Chronic Illness Article in Medical Anthropology Quarterly 27(2) June with 75 .
Family Practice—an international journal Doi: /fampra/cmh tantalizingly illustrates some of the deeper problems Ethnicity, health and primary care. Joe Kai (ed.). ( with this approach. For most physical disorders, the pages, £) Oxford University Press, ISBN biomedical approach of identifying and treating the . no specific knowledge of a particular suspect or criminal scheme. 1 We thereby distinguish profiling from situations in which a specific description of a suspect is issued on the basis of presumably reliable information. Racial (or ethnic) profiling is a statistically discriminatory screening process in which race (or ethnicity) is used as one, or the only, observable .
We conduct a field experiment – an audit study – to assess discrimination faced by African-Americans and Hispanics in accessing primary medical care. Callers who are either African-American, Hispanic, or non-Hispanic White call doctor's offices, using a standardized script, to attempt to book medical appointments. In the novel, “Just Mercy” by Bryan Stevenson, he scripts a similar situation where a man named Walter McMillian was a victim of racial profiling. Walter McMillian, an African American man, was convicted of murder of Ronda Morrison a young white woman, because of his race, and white supremacy.
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"Ethnicity, health, and primary care is a new book, intended as a broad but concise and practical introduction to ethnicity and health care for a wide range of health professionals including general practitioners, GP registrars, practice and community nurses, bilingual workers, medical students, and other health practitioners in training.
(shelved 14 times as race-and-ethnicity) avg rating — 49, ratings — published Racial profiling refers to law enforcement officers or agencies where a key factor in whether to take action, such as making a stop or arrest, is mainly based on race, ethnicity or national origin, rather than information and evidence.
The practice is controversial, and there is some data to suggest that it is ineffective in controlling crime. WHY COLLECT RACE, ETHNICITY, AND PRIMARY LANGUAGE DATA IN HCOs. HCOs should collect information on patients' race, ethnicity, and language so that they can understand the needs of the population they serve, measure disparities in care within their institution, initiate programs to improve quality of care, and provide patient-centered by: Law enforcement engage in ethnic profiling when they base their actions on ethnicity, race, religion, or national origin instead of an individual’s conduct or objective evidence.
Ethnic profiling may be carried out by all ranks of law enforcement—from local to counterterrorism units—and it can occur during many policing practices, such as. There is increasing ethnic diversity in our society posing challenges for health professionals and health care.
Existing texts on ethnicity and health are often esoteric and academic in focus, accessible to researchers and policy analysts rather than health practitioners.
"Racial Profiling" refers to the discriminatory practice by law enforcement officials of targeting individuals for suspicion of crime based on the individual's race, ethnicity, religion or national origin.
Criminal profiling, generally, as practiced by police, is the reliance on a group of characteristics they believe to be associated with crime. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Our criminal justice book defines it as "any police initiated action that relies on the race, ethnicity, or national origin rather than the behavior of an individual, or on information that leads the police to a particular individual who has been identified as being, or having been, engaged in criminal activity.- (Schmalleger ) I think it is.
Key Facts on Health and Health Care by Race and Ethnicity 1 Disparities in health and health care remain a persistent challenge in the United States.
Disparities not only result in inequities but also limit continued improvement in quality of care and population health and result in unnecessary health care costs.
Useful Resources Addressing Racial Profiling racial profiling, the first step is developing awareness of the issue, followed by reducing prejudice and Racial profiling is the suspicion of people based on race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, or otherFile Size: KB.
Ethnicity, Health and Primary Care Ethnicity, Health and Primary Care Greene, Jessica Edited by Joe Kai. Oxford University Press,PB £, pp. ISBN 0‐19‐‐1 There is a substantial body of literature documenting that ethnic minorities have poorer health outcomes than white : Greene, Jessica.
The DH recommends the collection of ethnicity data ‘as indicated by the national minimum ethnicity dataset’ (p. 7), covering both ethnicity and first language.
There has been a drive to improve race equality in relation to mental health patients in both primary and secondary care, prompting the launch of the Mental Health Minimum Data Author: Carolyn Tarrant, Emma Angell, Richard Baker, Mary Boulton, George Freeman, Patricia Wilkie, Peter Ja.
Racial profiling is the act of suspecting or targeting a person of a certain race on the basis of observed or assumed characteristics or behavior of a racial or ethnic group, rather than on individual suspicion. Racial profiling, however, is not limited only to an individual's race, but can also be based on the individual's ethnicity, religion, or national origin.
Using primary empirical studies and extensive, in-depth interviews, the book draws on nearly two years of field research into how minorities experience racial profiling by police authorities.
The author interviewed more than racial and ethnic minority citizens. In recent years, racial profiling has drawn the attention of state and federal governments. In this book, racial profiling is defined as the practice of targeting individuals for police or security interdiction, detention, or other disparate treatment based primarily on their race, ethnicity, or national origin in the belief that certain minority groups are more likely to engage in unlawful.
Profiling performance. Physician or provider profiling is an attempt to measure the performance of doctors and providers of health care by supplying interested parties with information on the structure, process, and outcomes of health care.4 Its rationale is that analysing patterns of care will help to reduce the variation in performance among doctors and lead to Cited by: The first half of the book covered core themes.
A clear section on concepts of race, culture and ethnicity and identifying and measuring the components of diversity was nicely followed by the example of a patient profiling programme in : Sally Hull.
Race, Ethnicity and Health, Second Edition, is a new and critical selection of hallmark articles that address health disparities in America. It effectively documents the need for equal treatment and equal health status for minorities. Intended as a resource for faculty and students in public health as well as the social sciences, it will be also be valuable to public health administrators and.
The LIBE committee urges the Commission to present a road map for introducing "binding minimum standards" in the EU based on various priorities: combating all forms of discrimination, segregation, hate speech, ethnic profiling and unlawful fingerprinting, as well as unlawful eviction and expulsion; effective access to the labour market by making microcredit available for.
In common parlance, the term "profiling" doesn't refer to these characteristics. It refers to profiling based on characteristics like race and ethnicity, and institutionalized profiling based on those characteristics alone. During World War II, the U.S. rounded up overpeople of Japanese origin who lived on the West Coast and locked.In England and Wales, nearly a fifth of people come from a BAME (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) background.
1 The mental health of BAME communities is important because people from these communities often face individual and societal challenges that can affect access to healthcare and overall mental and physical health. 2.The Institute of Medicine’s landmark report on racial and ethnic disparities in health care, Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Healthcare, emphasizes the need for standardized collection and reporting of race and ethnicity data (IOM, ).While Unequal Treatment recommends the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) race and ethnicity .