2012
DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.11.004
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The pervasive effects of racism: Experiences of racial discrimination in New Zealand over time and associations with multiple health domains

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“…Mäori generally lack access to quality care because of discrimination as well as struggling with the associated costs and transport, and navigating the complexity of the health and disability system (Harris et al, 2012;Rumball-Smith, Sarfati, Hider, & Blakely, 2013;Wilson & Barton, 2012). Prohibitive costs are one issue challenging whänau hauä access to services because many lack the disposable income for costs associated with access, reliable transport and appropriate carer support (The Centre, 2014).…”
Section: Whänau Hauämentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mäori generally lack access to quality care because of discrimination as well as struggling with the associated costs and transport, and navigating the complexity of the health and disability system (Harris et al, 2012;Rumball-Smith, Sarfati, Hider, & Blakely, 2013;Wilson & Barton, 2012). Prohibitive costs are one issue challenging whänau hauä access to services because many lack the disposable income for costs associated with access, reliable transport and appropriate carer support (The Centre, 2014).…”
Section: Whänau Hauämentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is consistent with previous research, 12 as were the related associations that participants described with increasing acculturation, 24 experience of racism, social isolation, and avoidance of health services. 25 Acculturation (the process of socialisation that takes place when there is a meeting of two different cultures) and enculturation (a process that helps an individual to imbibe social values, norms, customs etc. of the culture he/she lives in) are known to be favourably associated with positive mental health; 26 studies from the US and New Zealand report young Asians' relative reluctance to seek professional help for mental health problems being exacerbated by the pressure of balancing two cultures and reported discrimination.…”
Section: Mental Health Was Identified As An Important But Typically Nmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…given the substantially lower rates of intervention experienced by minority groups 4,5,22 . Such inequitable outcomes are the product of a mix of unconscious bias 3 , more explicit racial discrimination 5 and institutional racism 23 within health care systems and structures.…”
Section: Collaboration Between Policy Makers Mainstream Inter-discipmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such inequitable outcomes are the product of a mix of unconscious bias 3 , more explicit racial discrimination 5 and institutional racism 23 within health care systems and structures. The influence of formal tertiary level education on health professionals could play a part, although it is not the only contributing factor 2,19,20 , in equipping the students with cultural understandings and ways of working as a means of reducing the impacts of racism and bias within health care decision making and hence improve patient outcomes.…”
Section: Collaboration Between Policy Makers Mainstream Inter-discipmentioning
confidence: 99%