BAME

Total 19 Posts

Nurses are on the coronavirus frontline, so why are they being left out of the response?

4 min read
Nurses are uniquely at risk of COVID-19, and are affected by many of the health inequalities that the pandemic has exposed. But no one is listening to them.

Black and minority ethnic businesses need support to weather the pandemic.

4 min read
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected businesses owned by Black, Asian and minority ethnic people. Here is how we can help them bounce back.

Inflammation: The key factor that explains vulnerability to severe COVID.

5 min read
Abnormal functioning of the immune system is what characterises severe COVID, and can be driven by diabetes, obesity, sex and age.

Trump has been diagnosed with COVID โ€“ letโ€™s talk risk factors.

4 min read
Age, obesity and being male all increase the risk of COVID, but being wealthy is a protective factor.

Study shows UK school textbooks teach a highly simplified version of US civil rights movement.

4 min read
Learning about the Windrush generation in UK school remains an optional topic for 11 to 14-year-olds studying history. Critics have condemned Britainโ€™s โ€œhistorical amnesiaโ€.

COVID-19 may harm minority groupsโ€™ health even if they donโ€™t catch the virus.

4 min read
Moving primary care online and cancelling key services such as organ transplants is likely to have an outsized effect on BAME communities. COVID-19 could disproportionately affect BAME peopleโ€™s health, even if they donโ€™t catch the virus.

First they said it killed the elderly, and I did not wear a mask...

2 min read
Paraphrasing a famous quote fit for the challenging times of the coronavirus global pandemic.
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