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Phillimore, J., Bradby, H., Knecht, M., Padilla, B., Brand, T., Cheung, S. Y....Zeeb, H. (2015). Understanding healthcare practices in superdiverse neighbourhoods and developing the concept of welfare bricolage: protocol of a cross-national mixed-methods study. BMC International Health and Human Rights. 15, 16
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J. Phillimore et al.,  "Understanding healthcare practices in superdiverse neighbourhoods and developing the concept of welfare bricolage: protocol of a cross-national mixed-methods study", in BMC Int. Health and Human Rights, vol. 15, pp. 16, 2015
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@article{phillimore2015_1600494125518,
	author = "Phillimore, J. and Bradby, H. and Knecht, M. and Padilla, B. and Brand, T. and Cheung, S. Y. and Pemberton, S. and Zeeb, H.",
	title = "Understanding healthcare practices in superdiverse neighbourhoods and developing the concept of welfare bricolage: protocol of a cross-national mixed-methods study",
	journal = "BMC International Health and Human Rights",
	year = "2015",
	volume = "15",
	number = "",
	doi = "10.1186/s12914-015-0055-x",
	pages = "16",
	url = "http://bmcinthealthhumrights.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12914-015-0055-x"
}
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TY  - JOUR
TI  - Understanding healthcare practices in superdiverse neighbourhoods and developing the concept of welfare bricolage: protocol of a cross-national mixed-methods study
T2  - BMC International Health and Human Rights
VL  - 15
AU  - Phillimore, J.
AU  - Bradby, H.
AU  - Knecht, M.
AU  - Padilla, B.
AU  - Brand, T.
AU  - Cheung, S. Y.
AU  - Pemberton, S.
AU  - Zeeb, H.
PY  - 2015
SP  - 16
SN  - 1472-698X
DO  - 10.1186/s12914-015-0055-x
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AB  - Background: Diversity in Europe has both increased and become more complex posing challenges to both national and local welfare state regimes. Evidence indicates specific barriers for migrant, faith and minority ethnic groups when accessing healthcare. However, previous studies of health in diverse cities in European countries have mainly adopted an ethno-national focus. Taking into account the new complexity of diversity within cities, a deeper and multi-faceted understanding of everyday health practices in superdiverse contexts is needed to support appropriate healthcare provision. 

Methods/Design: This protocol describes a mixed method study investigating how residents in superdiverse neighbourhoods access healthcare. The study will include participant observation and qualitative interviewing as well as a standardised health survey and will be carried out in eight superdiverse neighbourhoods - with varying deprivations levels and trajectories of change - in four European countries (Germany, Portugal, Sweden and UK). In each neighbourhood, trained polylingual community researchers together with university researchers will map formal and informal provision and infrastructures supportive to health and healthcare. In-depth interviews with residents and healthcare providers in each country will investigate local health-supportive practices. Thematic analysis will be used to identify different types of help-seeking behaviours and support structures across neighbourhoods and countries. Using categories identified from analyses of interview material, a health survey will be set up investigating determinants of access to healthcare. Complex models, such as structural equation modelling, will be applied to analyse commonalities and differences between population groups, neighbourhoods and countries. 

Discussion: This study offers the potential to contribute to a deeper understanding of how residents in superdiverse neighbourhoods deal with health and healthcare in everyday practices. The findings will inform governmental authorities, formal and informal healthcare providers how to further refine health services and how to achieve equitable access in diverse population groups.
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