Structural stigma and its impact on healthcare for consumers diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder: protocol for a scoping review

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  1. Kate Fairweather-Schmidt
  2. Paul Cammell

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Description: Structural stigma in health systems experienced by consumers diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a widespread phenomenon that causes serious health inequities and harm for this population. This scoping review aims to explore the literature on structural stigma in health systems specific to BPD, and to provide an overview of the impact of stigma on healthcare services for consumers with BPD, and their carers/families.

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This proposed scoping review aims to explore the literature on structural stigma in health systems specific to BPD, and to provide an overview of the impact of stigma on healthcare services for consumers with BPD, and their carers/families. This will involve assessing how structural stigma impacts on the provision of health services and quality of care for consumers with BPD, their carers/families...

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