Study: Services must adopt anti-racist and holistic models of care to reduce ethnic inequalities in mental health care


The experiences of people from ethnic minority groups with NHS mental health care are being seriously undermined by failures to consider the everyday realities of people’s lives in services in the UK, reports a new study led by researchers at the University of Bristol and Keele University. The study is published in PLOS Medicine.

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