Report on the health of refugees and migrants in the who European Region. No public health without refugee and migrant health
Contributor(s): World Health Organization.BBDD: Libros Publisher: Copenhagen World Health Organization 2018Description: 114 p.ISBN: 9789289053846.Clasificación(es): 2461 Comunidad y servicios socialesInteresa: Intervención SocialDescriptor(es): Intervención psicológica | Centros de salud mental comunitaria | Cambio cultural | Atención psicológica | Psicólogos socialesTipo de documento: TécnicoOnline resources: Acceso electrónico
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1 – Overview of refugee and migrant trends and health policies in the who european region. Introduction. Measures to support health for all. Measures to promote the health of refugees and migrants. Strategies for refugee and migrant health in the WHO European Region. Public health aspects of refugee and migrant health. Conclusions. References. Annex 1.1. Population and international migrant stock in the 53 Member States of the WHO European Region.
2 – Evidence on the health of refugees and migrants in the who european region. Introduction. Methodology. Health profile. Communicable diseases. Noncommunicable diseases. Other diseases. Mental health. Occupational health. Maternal and child health. Sexual and reproductive health. Health care organization and delivery. Entitlement to services. Primary care. Preventive care Preparedness and contingency planning. Health information systems iv. Gaps in coverage and discrepancies Accessibility of health care services. Migration detention. Culturally sensitive health systems. Conclusions Overall gaps References
3 – Towards a refugee and migrant-friendly health system and universal health care in the who european region system and universal. Refugee and migrant health and Health 2020. Health aspects of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants to Europe. Provision of health care at the arrival phase. Longer-term challenges for both refugee and migrant health and the public health system. Stepping up action on refugee and migrant health in the WHO European Region: towards a common strategy and action plan. The WHO Regional Office for Europe’s Migration and Health programme. First survey to assess implementation of the Strategy and Action Plan.
4 – The way forward: a vision for health of refugees and migrants in the who european region. What we have learned. Advancing the implementation of the Strategy and Action Plan. Strengthening governance. Strengthening evidence, evaluating coverage, assessing needs and effective communication...95. Strengthening policy. Strengthening grassroot participation and partnership. Strengthening health financing and human resources. Strengthening national data collection systems. Maintaining traction and enhancing political leadership. The Migration and Health programme: a collaborative way forward.