publication . Article . 2015

Satisfaction with social care: The experiences of people from Chinese backgrounds with physical disabilities

Yeung, Echo Yuet Wah; PARTRIDGE, Martin; Irvine, Fiona;
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  • Published: 21 Jun 2015 Journal: Health & Social Care in the Community, volume 24, pages e144-e154 (issn: 0966-0410, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Country: United Kingdom
The satisfaction of social care among service users provides an important indication of how services are performing. Although there is evidence to suggest that people from black and minority ethnic communities experience less satisfaction with social care than majority groups, there is little literature which focuses specifically on people from Chinese backgrounds in England. This article provides an opportunity to hear the voices of people from Chinese backgrounds and their experiences of\ud social care for a physical disability. Individual semi structured interviews and focus groups were conducted in 2012 and 2013 respectively with people from Chinese backgrou...
free text keywords: Physical disability, Social environment, Nursing, Psychology, Social care, Peer review, L500, T100
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