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Information about how migration processes and migrant backgrounds can affect health and disease, as well as access to and quality of health services.
Migration health encompasses a field within academia, research, education, policy and clinical practices that focuses on the relationship between migration and health.
Public Health Report
This article is a summary of the Norwegian article about health and disease in the immigrant population, as well as risk and protective factors.
We lack knowledge about available research about health and care services for older immigrants. Thus, we will conduct a systematic scoping review of research in the field.
The main goal of this project is to make research-based measures available to promote ethnic identity and good psychosocial adjustment among adolescents in multicultural schools in Norway.
This scoping review will map and describe research exploring and assessing the use of link workers in child welfare and related services in cases with children and families of minority backgrounds.
This project is part of a broader ongoing work to assess attitudes to vaccination in Norway, and to identify risk factors for declining vaccine uptake.
The project will determine the extent of mental health service use among minority women over time and identify the causes and consequences of mental health disorders over the life-course.
This project investigated immigrants (those born abroad with two foreign-born parents) use of primary health care services for mental health problems.