Papers and presentations


Introduction from tool development workshops
Overview of main findings and tool or guide development for the EEiC project, given as an introduction to the draft tool development workshops in Sheffield, Leicester and London, November 2012.

Workshop on using evidence and commissioning to lever reductions in ethnic inequalities
Slides from a workshop run at the 2012 Making Diversity Interventions Count conference on How the commissioning/service development cycle be a lever towards reduced ethnic inequalities, and the role of (research) evidence

Project overview Late 2011 given to Sheffield commissioners
An overview of key findings and project process with a focus on Sheffield data, and how local commissioners can engage with commissioning better services for minority ethnic groups.

Presentation “Why is progress towards race equality in the English NHS so slow”?
Living with Difference Conference in Leeds, UK September 2012

Presentation “Addressing Ethnic Inequalities in health service access, experience and outcomes through the critical mobilisation and application of evidence”
Diversity RX Conference, Oakland, California, USA March 2013



Obstacles to”race equality”in the English National health Service: Insights from the healthcare commissioning arena.
Sarah Salway, Ghazala Mir, Daniel Turner, George T.H Ellison, Lynne Carter, Kate Gerrish. Social Science and Medicine 152 (2016) 102-110

Aligning JSNA and EDS: benefits for minority ethnic communities?
John Skinner, Sarah Salway, Daniel Turner, Lynne Carter, Ghazala Mir, Bushara Bostan, George Ellison. 2013. Journal of Integrated Care. Vol. 21 (2)

Prospects for progress on health inequalities in England in the post-primary care trust era: Professional views on challenges, risks and opportunities.
Turner D; Salway S; Mir G; Ellison GTH; Skinner J; Carter L; Bostan B. BMC Public Health. 2013. 13(1)

Implementing the new public sector equality duty: part 2
Lynne Carter, 2012, Equal Opportunities Review, 226.

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