Supporting the Health Needs of Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. Mike Spencer Assistant Director Patient Experience Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. Conflicts of Interest.
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Assistant Director Patient Experience
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
The Health Fair is supported by a wide range of voluntary and statutory organisations. These include Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Sight Cymru, BAWSO, BRG Communities First, the Mentor Ring, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Cardiff Council, Diverse Cymru and C3SC, This presentation is given on their behalf.
The presenter has not received fees for talks and research advice related to this topic. Support for attendance has been provided by Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.
Cardiff and Vale UHB
Source: 2011 census
Ethnic inequalities in health are most pronounced at older ages:
Pampering Communities in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan