Mental health reforms must address racial disparities in our services
Helena Ann Mitchell @annmitc01 Mental health researcher, member, RCN mental health forum, College’s black, Asian and minority ethnic subgroup
Many black people find their first crisis interaction with the sector involves the police
The need for change to the mental healthcare and treatment of black people in the UK is widely acknowledged and long overdue – discriminatory and inequality practices still persist.
Mental Health Practice.
24, 6, 10-11.
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