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Inexcusable racial inequalities unchanged in six years
Final Count-me-in census from the Care Quality Commission shows sustained discrimination in mental health.
Racial equality in mental health stuck at a standstill
The results of the Care Quality Commission's latest Count me in census.
November/December issue of Openmind out now
Check out the latest issue of the UK's only editorially independent mental health magazine.
UK puts mental health of refugees and asylum seekers at risk
Mind launches new reports looking at the issues around the mental health of refugees and asylum seekers.
Still no progress: mixed sex wards and racial inequalities
Patient research released today by the Healthcare Commission has revealed that a shocking 68 per cent of mental health inpatients are still being housed on mixed sex wards.
Mind comments on shocking true picture of mixed-sex wards and racial discrimination in NHS
Black and Minority Ethnic leaders call for service reconfiguration and training to end racism in the NHS
On World Mental Health Day, Black and Minority Ethnic leaders call for service reconfiguration and training to end racism in the NHS
Census supports Mind concerns over racism in the NHS
Black people more likely to be hospitalised, detained, secluded and subjected to control and restraint.
Mind welcomes Government's commitment to 'Delivering Race Equality' but highlights concerns on key issues
However, while commending the Government's stated commitment to reducing racial discrimination in the NHS, Mind continues to highlight concerns over the potential lack of delivery on a number of key issues.