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Issues in Equity and Responsiveness in Access to Health Care in Canada
A collection of papers and reports prepared for Health Canada – 2001.
African Canadian and East Asian Less Likely to Have Potential Living Donors
Istvan Mucsi; Amy Waterman, Famure Olusegun, Yanhong Li, S. Joseph Kim
Isabelle Aujoulat; Karl-Leo Schwering, Marion Siebelink, Fabienne Dobbels, Paul Schotsmans, Borry Pascal
Helping to Prevent Diabetes in African Canadians
Health association of African Canadians – nova scotia
Black-White Health Inequalities in Canada
Gerry Veenstra and Andrew C. Patterson
Strategies Necessary to Eliminate Transplant Disparities in America
Clive O. Callender, MD – Presenter Professor of Surgery, Howard University
Founder, National MOTTEP – Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Colour Coded Health Care
Sheryl Nestel PhD – 2012.
CCDI – Diversity and Identity Toolkit
Art Direction and Graphic Design: Calleja Design
Cover: Students from Castlebrooke S.S (Peel District School Board)
Authors: Preeti Nayak, M.Phil and Pam Malins, PhD
Contributor: Yara Kodershah, M.Ed
Editor: Wanda Santini, PhD
Heart Failure | Treatment | Special Circumstances | Ethnicity
CCS Guidelines for the Management of Heart Failure. Can J Cardiol 2017.
Diversity of the Black Population in Canada: An Overview
Ethnic Background Is a Potential Barrier to Living Donor Kidney Transplantation in Canada: A Single-Center Retrospective Cohort Study
Istvan Mucsi, MD, PhD, Aarushi Bansal, Olusegun Famure, Yanhong Li, Margot Mitchell, Amy D. Waterman, PhD, Marta Novak, MD, PhD, and S. Joseph Kim, MD, PhD
Census in Brief – Ethnic and cultural origins of Canadians: Portrait of a rich heritage 2019.
Ethnic background is associated with no live kidney donor identified at the time of first transplant assessment — an opportunity missed?
Ali Vedadi, Aarushi Bansal, Priscilla Yung, Olusegun Famure, Margot Mitchell, Amy D. Waterman,
Sunita K. Singh, Marta Novak, Sang Joseph Kim & Istvan Mucsi
The Health Status of Black Canadians: Do Aggregated Racial and Ethnic Variables Hide Health Disparities?
Patricia Rodney, Esker Copeland – 2009.
Identification of Strategies to Facilitate Organ Donation among African Americans using the Nominal Group Technique
Jayme E. Locke, Haiyan Qu, […], and Michelle Y. Martin – 2015.
Collaborative Partnership for Culture Care: Enhancing Health Services for the Arab Community
ANAHID DERVARTANIAN KULWICKI, DNS, RN JUNE MILLER, PhD, RN
Oakland University School of Nursing
STEPHANIE MYERS SCHIM, PhD, RN Henry Ford Health System/Oakland University Center for Academic Nursing
Embracing Cultural Diversity
Healthy Work Environments – Best Practice Guidelines
Embracing Cultural Diversity in Health Care: Developing Cultural Competence
Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (2007). Embracing Cultural Diversity in Health Care: Developing Cultural Competence.
Toronto, Canada: Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario
Cultural Competence for Healthcare Professionals
Part A: Introduction to Clinical Cultural Competence
Building Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships with a Somali Refugee Community
Crista E. Johnson, MD, MSc, FACOG, Sagal A. Ali, BA, Michèle P-L Shipp, MD, DrPH
Building Trust in Health Systems to Eliminate Health Disparities
Donald E.Wesson, MD,MBA Department of Internal Medicine, Texas A&M
Health College of Medicine, Dallas; and Baylor Scott & White
Health and Wellness Center, Dallas, Texas.
Catherine R. Lucey, MD
Department of Internal Medicine, University of California, San Francisco.
Lisa A. Cooper,MD, MPH Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of
Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland; and Department of Health, Behavior, and Society Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, Maryland
Organ Donation in ONEthnicity Familial Consent – Supplement
Familial Consent for Deceased Organ Donation Among Immigrants and Long-term Residents in Ontario, Canada: A Population-Based Retrospective Cohort Study
Alvin Ho-ting Li , Ahmed A. Al-Jaishi , Matthew Weir , Ngan N. Lam , Janet Maclean , Sonny Dhanani , S. Joseph Kim , Greg Knoll, and Amit X. Garg
Racial inequality in access to health care services
Published: December 2004 (Please note: The views and opinions expressed by the author are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ontario Human Rights Commission.) by Sana Halwani Sana recently completed her law degree at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto and is currently articling at Gilbert’s LLP, a litigation boutique in Toronto. She will be clerking for Justice Abella, Supreme Court of Canada, in 2005. Sana originally produced this paper for the Ontario Human Rights Commission in 2002 as part of a Pro Bono Students Canada placement.
Experiences, perspectives and values of Indigenous people regarding kidney transplantation: systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative studies
Rachael C. Walker, Sally Abel, Annie Reynolds, Suetonia C. Palmer, Curtis Walker and David C. Tipene-Leach
Social Determinants of Health: Going Beyond the Basics to Explore Racial Disparities in Kidney Transplantation
Rhiannon D. Reed, DrPH, Jayme E. Locke, MD MPH FACS FAST University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Transplant Institute
South Asian and Muslim Canadian Patients are less Likely to Receive Living Donor Kidney Transplant offers Compared to Caucasian, Non-Muslim Patients
Abeera Ali, Ali Ayub, Candice Richardson, Nathaniel Edwards,
Tibyan Ahmed, Marta Novak, Istvan Mucsi Multi-Organ Transplant Program, Department of Surgery, Toronto
General Hospital, Toronto, ON, Canada; Centre for Mental Health,
University Health Network, Toronto, ON, Canada; Department of
Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Strategies for Increasing Knowledge, Communication, and Access to Living Donor Transplantation: an Evidence Review to Inform Patient Education
Heather F. Hunt, JD, James R. Rodrigue, Mary Amanda Dew, PhD, Randolph L. Schaffer, MD, Macey L. Henderson, JD, PhD, Randee Bloom, RN, PhD, Patrick Kacani, Pono Shim, Lee Bolton, MSN, ACNP, William Sanchez, MD, and Krista L. Lentine, MD, PhD
The Effect of Race and Income on Living Kidney Donation in the United States
Jagbir Gill, James Dong, […], and John Gill
We ask because we care – Health equity data collection Toronto
The Tri-Hospital + TPH Health Equity Data Collection Research Project Report