Prehospital Differences In Care by eThnicity (PreDICT)

PROJECT TITLE PREHOSPITAL DIFFERENCES IN CARE BY ETHNICITY (PREDICT)
Funding body Unfunded
Team
  • Prof A N Siriwardena, CaHRU, University of Lincoln and East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust
  • Dr Zahid Asghar, CaHRU, University of Lincoln
  • Viet-Hai Phung
Team/consortium
  • University of Lincoln
  • East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Overarching aim To explore how and why processes and outcomes of prehospital care for common emergencies attended by ambulance services vary by ethnicity
Objectives To investigate how processes and outcomes of prehospital care for common emergencies attended by ambulance staff vary by ethnicity and to conduct a systematic review of the barriers and facilitators for ethnic minority groups in accessing urgent and pre-hospital care
Methods Cross sectional design and systematic review
Outcomes To identify differences in prehospital ambulance care for people in minority ethnic groups and to explore why these might occur
Outputs Peer reviewed publications, conference presentations and guidance for ambulance services.
Impact The findings will be used to inform recommendations for ambulance services on measures to ensure equity of care.

 

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