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An exploratory research study: Increasing the uptake of primary and community long term conditions services in Black and Minority Ethnic communities in Nottingham city

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An exploratory research study: Increasing the uptake of primary and community long term conditions services in Black and Minority Ethnic communities in Nottingham city

Project Director: Chris Dayson
Project Duration: 2015-2017

The Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group (NCCCG) commissioned the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR), working in partnership with the Centre for Health and Social Care Research (CHSCR) at Sheffield Hallam University, to undertake an exploratory research study into the uptake of primary and community long term conditions (LTC) services in BAME communities in Nottingham City.

The research involved a review of existing literature and data, more than 60 in-depth qualitative interviews people from BAME communities with LTC and 17 stakeholder interviews with key contacts from local statutory, voluntary, community and faith groups.

The project team also includes Punita Chowbey and Mubarak Ishmail.

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Chris Dayson 208858

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Tony Gore

Tony Gore

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Lindsey McCarthy

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