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CICADA-ME - NIHR
We aim to develop a rich intersectional understanding of the mental and physical health, coping, access to resources, and informal and formal social and health care support experiences, and relevant assets and strengths, of minority ethnic groups at the intersection with chronic conditions/disabilities longitudinally over 18 months. This will contribute and inform evidence-based formal and informal strategies, guidelines, recommendations and easily adopted interventions for pandemic-related and future health and social care policy and practice, to mitigate inequities and improve the experiences, health and wellbeing outcomes of these groups. By 'intersectional', we mean we recognise everyone is affected differently by the pandemic, according to the intersection (interplay) of factors such as ethnicity, citizenship, age, gender, their work, and health or disability. Our approach uses creative mixed methods and remote working throughout. NIHR-funded £697,000.
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