Race and equality JSNAs: 'Towards culturally-responsive JSNAs'

Addressing race equality in health saves lives, reduces health costs and increases social cohesion. Race equality is at the heart of the challenge to reduce overall health inequalities. Race equality in health is about fairness and the effective allocation of resources.

This publication, produced by Race for Health and Shared Intelligence and commissioned by the Department of Health, explores approaches taken within different JSNAs to understanding race equality in health and healthcare.

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Culturally responsive JSNAs - a review of race equality (PDF, 39 pages, 984KB)

9 December 2010

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