The book does not aim to provide a prescriptive account of how to conduct the training; it guides the reader, providing a framework and key references and encourages them to design their own programme by incorporating the exercises, activities, games, role plays and case studies provided in the book.
Part 2: Introductory module:.
1. Why look at racism and cultural diversity?.
2. Basic information on demography and inequality.
3. Developing a language.
4. The partiality of academic psychology.
5. Theories of racism.
6. Identifying and placing oneself within a cultural framework.
7. Models of racial and cultural identity.
8. Working with interpreters.
Part 3: Speciality modules:.
9. Child, adolescent and family.
10. Adult mental health.
11. Older adults.
12. Learning disabilities.
13. Primary care.
14. Psychosocial rehabilitation (long term needs).
16. HIV / GUM sexual health.
17. Substance misuse.
21. Professional and organisational issues.
Gill Aitken, Nick Banks, Sandra Baum, Oliver Davidson, Iyabo Fatimilehin, Sue Gibbons, Graham Gibson, Anne Goodwin, Hermine Graham, Richard Hallam, Lih Mei Liao, Vaman Lokare, Brigid MacCarthy, Yasmin Mullick, Lesley Murphy, John Newland, Hitesh Raval, Kate Tress, Shamil Wanigaratne and Mayuri Senapti.