Health

Newsletter
Javelo: African and Caribbean Mental Health Services Magazine
2001, African and Caribbean Mental Health Service: Manchester
>> Produced by and for members of the charitable organisation African Caribbean Mental Health Services, based in Hulme and Moss Side.
Shelf ref: MAN/HE.2/SMI

Pamphlet
Public Health Aspects of Immigration, Skone, J.F.
1968, National Committee for Commonwealth Immigrants: London
>> Produced by and for members of the charitable organisation African Caribbean Mental Health Services, based in Hulme and Moss Side.
Shelf ref: MAN/HE.2/SMI

Report
Asians and the Health Service: A directory of measures implemented by area health authorities to meet the needs of the Asian community, Commission for Racial Equality
1978, Commission for Racial Equality: London
>> Published by Wandsworth Council for Community Relations, investigates whether Asians in Wandsworth were getting the full benefit of local health services.
Shelf ref: Archive 250/3/7 Box 63

Pamphlet
They Make You Sick: Essays on immigration controls and health, Steve Cohen
1998, Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit: Manchester
>> Written by Steve Cohen, who established the Immigration Aid Unit in Manchester. A collection of essays on the history of immigration controls and how health issues define entry procedures, including the effect that this process can have on individuals’ physical and mental health.
Shelf ref: IM.2.02/COH

Book
Ethnicity, Equality of Opportunity and the British National Health Service, Paul Iganski
2002, Ashgate Publishing Limited: Aldershot
>> The results of research carried out for the English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting to evaluate NHS equal opportunities policy, focusing on nurses – the largest occupational group in the NHS.
Shelf ref: HE.2.01/IGA

Book
Death and the Migrant: Bodies, borders, and care, Yasmin Gunarantnam
2013, Bloomsbury Academic: London
>> Oral history, ethnographic observation and photographs reveal end-of-life care in hospices, hospitals and homes. While honouring singular lives and stories, the book explores the social, economic and cultural landscapes that surround the migrant deathbed in the twenty-first century.
Shelf ref: HE.2.05/GUN