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Publication name: Research Report - Scoping exercise with Black and minority ethnic groups on perceptions of mental wellbeing in Scotland
Date: 15 August 2008
Description: Final Report - Scoping exercise with Black and minority ethnic groups on perceptions of mental wellbeing in Scotland.

NHS Health Scotland commissioned the University of Central Lancashire to undertake a brief scoping exercise looking at conceptualisations of mental wellbeing with Scottish Pakistani and Chinese communities in early 2008. The full report contains the results of a brief literature review and interviews with around 40 key informants from these communities.

Conceptualisations of mental wellbeing is a complex area and this scoping exercise provides an overview of research in this area and an analysis of the perspectives of a sample of key informants working with and in these two communities. It represents a first stage in developing our understanding of this area.
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