Equality

References

Keeping up to date with current evidence and literature is part of your responsibility and a requirement of your regulator - either the NMC or HPC

References

Keeping up to date with current evidence and literature is part of your responsibility and a requirement of your regulator - either the NMC or HPC. Use the references in this unit, and also remember that The Knowledge Network is an excellent source of information and a site where you can share knowledge with peers.

Here are the references used in this unit, remember by using your AthensID you can log into The Knowledge Network for these and many more journal articles.

Bridging the Gap: A Health Inequalities Learning Resource

British Institute for Human Rights

Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)

Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) resources about protected characteristics

Hanley, J (2013). Co-production in Scotland – a network for change. In Joint Improvement Team, Governance International (2013)/ Co-Production of Health and Wellbeing in Scotland.

Human Rights Treaties and Conventions (Scottish Government Information)

Kleinman A, Benson P (2006). Anthropology in the Clinic: The Problem of Cultural Competency and How to Fix It

A Multi-Faith Resource for Healthcare Staff. (NES 2006)

Nothing About Me Without Me – Young Carers in Forth Valley.

This YouTube video was made in partnership with young carers and focuses on their perspectives.  Person-Centred Health & Care Collaborative. Care Experience Primary Driver 2 – “Must do with Me” Elements.  Access to YouTube in some NHS Boards is limited.

The Scottish Health Survey

Scottish Human Rights Commission

Scottish Government Everyone Matters: 2020 Workforce Vision webpage

Scottish Recovery Network

Spiritual Care Matters - An Introductory Resource for All NHS Scotland Staff (NES, 2010)

The 10 Essential Capabilities for Mental Health Practice: Learning Materials (Scotland) (NES) 2011 version

Values Based reflective practice (NES)