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Cultural competence and antiracism training for child health professionals

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The Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 requires all service providers to ensure equality of access. NHS trusts have a statutory duty to show how they intend to promote race equality and eliminate discrimination. Appropriate training of the workforce is of prime importance. Professional responses to training programmes for child service professionals in Cardiff and Huddersfield have been evaluated.

The Department of Child Health in Cardiff entered into a partnership with the local Race Equality Council in 1992 …

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