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Assessing the health and health-care needs of migrant, racial, and ethnic minorities using quantitative and qualitative data 

Assessing the health and health-care needs of migrant, racial, and ethnic minorities using quantitative and qualitative data
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Assessing the health and health-care needs of migrant, racial, and ethnic minorities using quantitative and qualitative data
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Raj S. Bhopal

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10.1093/med/9780199667864.003.0005
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date: 20 May 2019

This chapter summarizes the health needs assessment process, based on both quantitative information (such as the epidemiology of diseases) and qualitative information obtained from interviews and focus groups. Topics covered include challenges of understanding health needs assessments in minority ethnic groups; exemplars of health needs assessments in minority ethnic groups; and utilizing quantitative and qualitative data, and both relative and absolute risk approaches.

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