Monday, 5 May 2014

Inclusive practice

"The National Inclusion Health Board’s Data and Research Working Group identified the need for a literature review that encompasses, with respect to the 4 vulnerable groups (asylum seekers/refugees, Gypsies/Irish Travellers, people who are homeless, and sex workers): 
a) Interventions (or service models) that improve access to/registration in primary care; 
b) Interventions which have been shown to reduce the risk of inappropriate admission/readmission to hospital."

Inclusive practice: vulnerable migrants, gypsies and travellers, people who are homeless, and sex workers: a review and synthesis of interventions/service models that improve access to primary care and reduce risk of avoidable admission to hospital
PJ Aspinall
University of Kent
February 2014

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