Call for Papers for a Themed Issue of Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care: Disabled People, Ethnicity and Inequalities
We invite you to submit papers to a themed edition of the journal Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care.
Call for papers
Themed issue: Disabled people, ethnicity and inequalities
Guest editor: Stephen Hodgkins
This themed issue will take a unique user-led focus covering user perspectives and user-led organizations that are involved in social change activities and relating to multiple inequality issues of primarily ethnicity and disability.
Papers will cover current outsider views, including the following:
• the experience of multiple inequalities
• theoretical perspectives
• personal ‘leadership’ histories
• involvement in user-led, disabled persons services.
We are also open to any other relevant ideas that you have.
Benefits of writing for this issue include
• on publication, dissemination of your paper to a wide audience of researchers, practitioners and service providers, allowing you to demonstrate the social impact of your work
• inclusion in a themed issue that will help to raise awareness of these issues
• the opportunity to share and promote your work
• help in raising your personal and organisational profiles
• published work can be helpful to reference in future work and can also help with supporting future fundraising and other applications.
Papers should be 3,000–4,000 words.
Deadline: end March 2012
Submissions should be made to the guest editor: Stephen Hodgkins at stephen.hodgkins@
About the journal
Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care promotes equality in health and social care. A key area of interest is the relationship between ethnicity and other forms of inequality – often now referred to as intersectionality.
The journal provides a unique practical focus on tackling inequalities, clear implications for practitioners, user perspectives and examples of best practice and ‘what works’. The journal is read by practitioners, managers, policy-makers, academics, universities and colleges, NHS and primary care trusts, local authorities, social workers, psychologists, nurses, voluntary sector workers, users of services, carers and students.
More information on the journal and full guidelines for contributing can be accessed at: www.emeraldinsight.com/eihsc.
For further information on this journal please contact the guest editor listed above or the journal publisher,
Jo Sharrocks, Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Tel: +44 (0)1274 785141
Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care journal is now published by Emerald Group Publishing Ltd as part of its Health and Social Care subject collection, following the acquisition by Emerald of Pier Professional.