In her debut blog, Kashish Janiani Tulsiyani considers a review exploring the mental health experiences of Black students in UK universities.[read the full story...]
Multiracial young adults at higher risk of mental illness compared to their monoracial counterparts, according to US university research
Andie Ashdown summarises a cross-sectional study exploring mental health disparities between multiracial and monoracial young people in the United States.[read the full story...]
Exploring coping strategies used by Black adults affected by racism in North America
Yasmin Ahmadzadeh considers a systematic review of the coping strategies employed by Black adults in North America to navigate experiences of racism.[read the full story...]
Tackling structural racism in suicide prevention: a conceptual framework
Kam Bhui reviews a conceptual framework developed to understand structural racism and suicide prevention for ethnoracially minoritised youth in the United States.[read the full story...]
Common mental health inequalities across racialised groups: the gaps are getting bigger
Lucy Barrass reviews a study on the prevalence of common mental disorders and treatment receipt for people from ethnic minority backgrounds in England.[read the full story...]
Minority stress and suicide in transgender and gender non-conforming individuals
Marissa Kube-Clare explores a recent systematic review focusing on the link between minority stress and suicidal Ideation and behaviour amongst transgender and gender non-conforming people.[read the full story...]
How can we culturally adapt eating disorders services to provide better care for people from racial and ethnic minorities?
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou consider a systematic review from the US, which looks at some of the ways that we can culturally adapt eating disorders treatment for adults from racial or ethnic minorities.[read the full story...]
Ethnicity and power: how can we make mental healthcare equitable for all people with psychosis?
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou consider the findings of a recent qualitative study which looks at the differences experienced by Black Caribbean and White British people trying to access care for psychosis.[read the full story...]
How do older Black Caribbean adults view seeking help for depression in the UK?
Maisha Kroll reviews a recent qualitative study exploring the help-seeking views relating to depression among older Black Caribbean adults living in the UK.[read the full story...]
Are we Improving Access to Psychological Treatment for everyone?
Bibire Baykeens reviews a general population cohort study which suggests that recent migrants are less likely to use the Improving Access to Psychological Treatment programme.[read the full story...]