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Building on an everyday clinical practice perspective, the authors provide clear and detailed definitions of concepts and terms related to racism and health. Filled with examples of racism in the health care system and strategies to examine and contest racism, this book will become an essential resource for students and practitioners in the health sciences, the sociology of health, and a variety of other disciplines which investigate racism.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: Introduction to Anti-racist Health Care PracticeChapter 2: Racism as a Determinant of Health: Evidence for ChangeChapter 3: Beyond Cultural Competence: A Critique of Diversity and Multicultural Health Care ModelsChapter 4: Theoretical Foundations for an Anti-racist FrameworkChapter 5: An Anti-racist Framework to Guide PracticeChapter 6: Engaging in Everyday Anti-racist Health Care PracticeChapter 7: Racism, Public Policy, and Social ChangeFurther ReadingRelated WebsitesGlossaryReferencesCopyright AcknowledgementsIndex