THE EFFECTS OF ETHNICITY IN THE PROVISION OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES Student’s Name: Institution Affiliation The effects of ethnicity in the provision of health care services. The contemporary world is always concerned with how the delivery of healthcare services is directly related to poverty and gender and it sometimes overlooks the fact that racial differences also affect the provision of healthcare services Ku L. & Matani S. (2001). Left out: immigrants’ access to health care and insurance. Health Affairs 20(1) 247-256 (Ku & Matani 2001) The study is very relevant in this research because it touches on how health care services are administered to the immigrants. The article uses ethos logos and pathos to convince the audience that the way immigrants are supplied with health care services is very different when compared to other citizens. It will be very applicable in the thesis as it has sufficient information and national sample. Medical care 40(1) 52-59. Galvin G. (2016). Shared Decision-Making Is Key to Patient Compliance. Retrieved February 15 2017 from usnews.com L. & Matani S. (2001). Left out: immigrants’ access to health care and insurance. Health Affairs 20(1) 247-256. Lillie-Blanton M. Brodie M. Rowland D. Altman D. & McIntosh M. (2000). Race ethnicity and the health care system: public perceptions and experiences. Medical Care Research and Review 57(4 suppl) 218-235. Miller J. E. (2000). The effects of race and income on early childhood asthma prevalence and health care use. American Journal of Public Health 90(3) 428. Nelson A. R. Stith A. Y. & Smedley B. D. (Eds.). (2002). Unequal treatment: confronting racial and ethnic disparities in health care (full printed version). National Academies Press. Pérez-Stable E. J. Napoles-Springer A. & Miramontes J. M. (1997). The effects of ethnicity and language on medical outcomes of patients with hypertension or diabetes. Medical care 35(12) 1212-1219. [...]
Annotated bibliography and thesis statement development assignment (for upcoming policy research essay) – 20% (due February 16) – Prepare a list of approximately 10 sources (more sources are fine, but fewer sources are not recommended) for the upcoming research paper, including academic sources (i.e. peer reviewed journal articles or peer reviewed book chapters) and policy-related grey literature. Each source should be described in three to five sentences including the central argument of the piece and how it will contribute to your research paper. This collection of sources should conclude with a draft thesis statement for the upcoming paper. The thesis statement should consist of two parts – the central argument of your paper and how this argument will be developed and defended throughout the paper (this translates into a sentence or two as to how you will structure the paper).