The experiences and expectations of care and support among older migrants in the UK

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Giuntoli, G; Cattan, M;

This paper reports and critically discusses, against the literature on culturally sensitive and cultural competency practices, the findings of a qualitative study which explored the needs and expectations of older people and their carers from eight different migrant com... View more
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