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This research project explored how refugee community organisations (RCOs) could become more involved in the government's health agenda to improve the level of consultation and responsiveness in the design and provision of mental health services for ethnic minorities. The method involved a review...
The lives of refugee and immigrant populations have become central to often intense debates about cultural differences and their implications for multicultural societies. The cultural practices assumed to be characteristic of such populations are the object of media comment and policy...
This article presents and critically analyses an approach that is part of a specific context of health care ideologies and services in France: the ethnopsychoanalytic consultations that are practised at the Avicenne Hospital. It is one of the few places where a specific approach for immigrant...
Six empirical studies of nurse migration motivations and intentions were identified for review. The review revealed that motivations and intentions varied by country of origin and by individual nurses. Nurses from more developed countries migrated for personal reasons, while nurses from less...
This article presents a study on the safety of women and girls in asylum seekers' centres in the Netherlands. The study is part of a series of studies conducted in order to answer questions raised in Parliament about the safety of women in asylum seekers' centres and trafficking of women. It...
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