Inequity in health is often linked to marginalisation, exclusion and feelings of exclusion. Vulnerable population groups are particularly exposed for these mechanisms. Knowledge of marginalisation and mechanisms of exclusion are important for clinical practice. Important subjects to address are: children as next of kin, sexual orientation and health, women’s health, depression, medically unexplained illnesses and symptoms, and end of life should be in focus.
See also Regional Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare.