Clarissa Giebel considers the feasibility, acceptability and clinical utility of the Cultural Formulation Interview; a tool designed to remove barriers to effective diagnosis for people from black and minority ethnic groups.[read the full story...]
Fit to practice? LGBT inclusion in health and social care education and accreditation
Sarah Carr explores a study on the inclusion of LGBT issues in health and social care education and accreditation and finds worrying marginalisation.[read the full story...]
Cultural competence education for health professionals: does learning about culture make any difference to patients?
John Baker summarises a recent Cochrane systematic review of cultural competence education for health professionals, which tentatively concludes that low quality evidence supports this approach.[read the full story...]