Black African migrants: the barriers with accessing and utilizing health promotion services in the UK
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AbstractThe inequalities for different ethnicities and social classes in accessing health services is well documented, but although a number of recent policy developments have aimed to tackle health inequalities, very little is known about the experiences of Black African migrant communities in accessing health promotion information and services. The aim of the study were to examine the experiences of Black African migrant families in accessing health promotion services.
CitationOchieng, B. (2013) 'Black African migrants: the barriers with accessing and utilizing health promotion services in the UK' European journal of public health 23 (2):265-9
PublisherOxford University Press
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