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Ethnicity, Race and Mental Disorder in the UK
Ethnicity, race and mental disorder in the UK
JamesNazroo
KarenIley
Introduction

One of the most striking findings in the literature on inequalities in health in the UK – perhaps the most striking finding – is that Black Caribbean people are three to five times more likely to be admitted to a psychiatric ...

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