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Purpose – This paper aims to focus on the experiences and observations of a black disabled woman in the UK. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is a personal commentary from a black disabled woman who uses health and social care services in the UK. It details the author's disability and some...
Purpose – Disabled people who are the end‐users (EU) of health services have a poor record of inclusion, yet a major stake in the quality of scientific research that informs the development of health knowledge and interventions. In traditional rehabilitation research it has been the researcher...
Purpose – There is a dearth in the literature on Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) with disabilities. Utilizing an intersectionality lens, the present exploratory study seeks to compare AAPIs with a reported learning, emotional, or physical disability to AAPIs without a reported...
Purpose – This paper aims to detail the work of Nasa Begum in the disabled people's movement in the UK. Design/methodology/approach – The paper provides information on Nasa's background and her work as a social worker, researcher and activist in the disability movement. Findings – Nasa was a...
Purpose – This paper seeks to discuss the attitudes and beliefs of the Pakistani/Kashmiri community in Birmingham towards the cultural practice of consanguineous (cousin) marriage and health, and how an understanding of Pakistani/Kashmiri community views may help institute good practice for...
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