African and African-Caribbean carers’ experience of supporting recovery in relatives with psychosis

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Pelle, J.
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2014-09
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United Kingdom
relatives of mental health patients
mental health services
schizophrenia
bi-polar
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Pelle, J. (2014, September). African and African-Caribbean carers’ experience of supporting recovery in relatives with psychosis. Paper presented at 16th Annual World Psychiatric Association Conference,, Madrid, Spain.
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To explore the caring experiences of African and African Caribbean carers’ of family members with schizophrenia and or bi-polar disorder, living outside in England. Epidemiology of African and African Caribbean population living in UK * Black Caribbean people make up 1.1% of the UK population * Black Africans make up 1.8% of the UK population * Impact of migration history to UK * Rates and routes of admission to in-patient units under sections of the Mental Health Act (1983)
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